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. . . and you yourself
shall keep the key of it.
— William Shakespeare
South Meadow Road, Carver, MA, 02330
; ■ If it had happened to a heterosex-
lal woman who had been with 100 or
! 100 men, they'd call her a whore and
1 1 slut, and the corporations would
! Irop her like a lead balloon.
Hartina Navratilova, tennis
liampion, on the outpouring of support
or Magic Johnson
ji We're here! We're queer! Get
Lsed to it!
Jay rights protesters, »«
hunt used at demonstrations
i We have to act now to make sure
ou don't have to be a Rockefeller to
fford decent health care in this
Senator Jay Rockefeller (d-
• r .Va.), millionaire great-grandson of
ohn D. Rockefeller, on the need for na-
onalized health coverage
1 1 believe that there is a devil, and
tere's Satan's agenda. First, he
loesn't want anyone having kids.
Secondly, if they do conceive, he
rants them killed. If they're not
dlled through abortion, he wants
hem neglected or abused, physical-
y, emotionally, sexually. Barring
hat, he wants to get them into some
godless curriculum or setting, where
heir minds are filled with pollution.
iandall Teny, founder of the rad-
cal antiabortion group Operation
I Women in
;his country le-
gally have a
choice; at least I
;hink they do. I
:he paper today.
Murphy Brown, a tv character
■>layed by actress Candice Bergen, on
■ It was in June of 1981, on Ward
3B. We saw a young gay man with
the most devastating immune defi-
ciency we had ever seen. We said,
"We don't know what this is, but we
hope we don't ever see another case
like it again."
Samuel Broder, M.D., director
of the National Cancer Institute, on the
first time he saw a patient with AIDS
■ I confess that after I arrived in
L.A. in 1979, I did my best to ac-
commodate as many women as I
could — most of them through un-
Earvin "Magic" Johnson,
basketball star, on how he got the AIDS
Quotations are the medium which tran-
scends time. The ideas and attitudes of an
era can he locked into the present and in
our memories. They can be used as in-
fluence or omens on the journey through
the uncertain future.
The 1992 yearbook staff used quota-
tions to express the ideas of our school,
nation, and era, as well as ideas from
previous eras. We may use quotations to
remember the past and take heed for the
"As I see the drama of democracy un-
folding around the globe, perhaps we are
closer to that new world than ever before.
The future is ours to influence, to shape."
— George Bush
■ My job is a 7-
... I have to be
able to commun-
icate. It is in
the national in-
terest, v \ S&
John SunUnU, then White House
Chief of Staff, on whyhe look a chauffeur-
driven government limousine to New
York City to ui h ml o stamp auction
■ Suniinii is living proof thai you
shouldn't give children their K^ test
results because then they go
through life thinking they're smart.
Edward Rollins, Repubiu ■„„,„,.
■ JNo doctor can nelp me anymore.
If God won't come to me, I'm going
to find God. I can't stand it any
Marjorie Wantz, 58, explaining
in a note why she killed herself using Dr.
Jack Kevorkian's "suicide machine"
■ They're never going to believe this
James "Whitey" Bulger, re-
puted mobster, on sharing a $14 million
Massachusetts lottery pot
I I'm going to admit tonight for the
first time publicly that I am Frank
Sinatra's love child.
liOn lieagan, referring, jokingly, to
biographer Kitty Kelley's allegation that
his mother, Nancy Reagan, and Sinatra
■ The New World Order starts
here. The "free" in Free World
doesn't refer to parking.
LuciUS RiCCiO, New York City
transportation commissioner, announc-
ing plans to crack down on diplomats
who fail to pay parking tickets
■ Heard any good jokes lately?
Pee-wee Herman, a .k. a . p au i
Reubens, comedian, in his first public ap-
pearance after an arrest for indecent ex-
■ The Lord told me it's flat none of
Jimmy Swaggail, televangelist,
to his congregation in Baton Rouge, La.,
about being discovered, again, with a
■ None of your damn business.
Spokesman for Rep. Dan
ROStenkOWSki (D-m.), when asked
whether the chairman of the Ways and
Means Committee had bounced any
checks at the House bank CD
Dedication . .
"Sometimes the fight itself is
more important than the out-
come of the battle."
The graduating class of 1992 would like to dedicate this
yearbook to someone who emulates the spirit of our class
and our school. This dedication is to someone who inspires
us not only with her words, but also by setting an example
for us to follow. This person has given more to us as
individuals than we could ever return. Without question
Mrs. Wendy Simeone has done all of this and more.
Mrs. Simeone has always extended her assistance and
sympathy to anyone in need and in doing so surpassed her
duties as a teacher. She uses every bit of energy she can
possibly exert to prepare us, not only for tests and quizzes,
but for life. In her classroom, students are encouraged to
think freely and explore all aspects of every viewpoint.
This is essential to the development of a maturing young
adult. She stresses the importance of the individual, re-
specting all ideas, and educating her students to do the
Perhaps the most important thing Mrs. Simeone has
taught us cannot be found in any textbook. It is a feeling, a
consciousness. She has shown us that it is important to
stand up and fight for what we believe in and what we
desire out of life, no matter what the odds. We have been
shown that no matter how uphill the battle it is important
never to lose sight because, "sometimes the fight itself is
more important than the outcome of the battle."
"Find simplicity; grow to under-
stand nature; and do not fear the
& J I
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TO THE CLASS OF 1992
YOUR GRADUATION MARKS THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF
CARVER HIGH SCHOOL. DURING THIS TIME COLLECTIVELY
AND INDIVIDUALLY YOU HAVE CONTINUED TO SUCCEED IN
ALL AREAS OF SCHOOL LIFE. YOU HAVE ACHIEVED BOTH IN
THE CLASSROOM AND IN EXTRACURRICULAR ENDEAVORS.
YOU HAVE GROWN INTELLECTUALLY AND SOCIALLY. YOU
HAVE ACCEPTED YOUR RESPONSIBILITY WITH PURPOSE AND
DEDICATION. THE RICH TRADITIONS OF EXCELLENCE AND
ACHIEVEMENT, THE BENCHMARK OF CARVER HIGH SCHOOL,
HAVE BEEN STRENGTHENED THROUGH YOUR
"COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE." THE CLASS OF 1992 HAS
PROVIDED WORTHY GOALS FOR FUTURE STUDENTS.
MAY YOUR FUTURE BE CHARACTERIZED BY THE
EXCELLENCE YOU HAVE ACHIEVED AT CARVER
THOMAS M. LONG, PRINCIPAL
I would like to congratulate
the Class of 1992 for its out-
standing accomplishments. May
your future be filled with happiness
and success. Good luck to you all. I wish
you a very happy and healthy life.
When things go wrong as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
Don't give up though the pace seems slow —
You may succeed with another blow.
Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you can never tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems so far;
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
Ifs when things seem worst that you
must not quit!
To the Class of 1992,
You are the first graduating class to
have spent five years at Carver High
School. Watching you grow from eighth grad-
ers to seniors has been a pleasure and has taught
me many valuable lessons. One of the most im-
portant lessons has been seeing the value of having
patience when dealing with junior high students.
Many of you struggled as eighth graders and often felt
overwhelmed by the experience. But, you stuck with it, you
grew and now you have prevailed. You made it! From my ob-
servations the finished product was worth the effort. Good luck. I
hope you continue your successes as you further your education or enter
the work force.
Mary Ann Damon
Betsy Battles Rudolph Bowman
Aide Chapter 1
The influence of teachers on the
rising generation is almost unlim-
ited. Only father and mother have
more, and theirs is largely by pre-
cept and example rather than in-
HARRY S. TRUMAN
$ Susan Hiller
Patricia McCarthy Paul McDonald
Guidance Head Custodian
Dr. John Swanson
THE JUNIOR CLASS
CARVER HIGH SCHOOL
Nineteen hundred and ninety-one
King and Queen: Scott Holmes and Shannon Bell
Court: Eric Johnson, John Ross, Rick Thome,
Daivn Pierce, Lauren Smolinsky, and
1 ''1 >
b ^ 1
I've had my share of broken dreams,
And more than a couple of falls.
And in chasing what I thought
were moonbeams — I have run into
a couple of walls.
But in looking back
At the faces I've been,
I'd sure be the first one to say —
When I look at myself today,
I wouldn't have done it
Any other way.
— Jim Croce
ACT: 4-H, NHS, Anthology editor. Science Am-
bassador/USSR, Drama Club, Prom Committee,
Photography, Creative Writing, Math League.
FP: Smiley, Mike B, Ron P, Dan S, Jess, Stick,
Dave, Kim, Janet, Pat, EM, The PTP group, 2
Igors, 2 Maxs, 2 Andreys, Luda, Lena, Alosha.
PP: People who are closed minded, Dingle balls
on matresses. FM: Edna's wig, ME., KY., 4-H,
Natures Classroom, The CCCP/USSR, Oct. 9,
1986-April 2, 1990, Tea parties in SOCHI. FG:
To travel, Return to the U.S.SJR., Be an Intnl vet.
Be happy and succesful. PA: Smiley, Mom, Collin,
Doc Swanson, Olga L, Mr Mitchell. FQ: "If one
advances confidently in the direction of his
dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he
has imagined, he will meet with a success un-
expected in common hours" Henry David Tho-
reau. "What are you thinking about?
. . .shiskebobsr Andrey
ACT: Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), Basketball Mgr. (2, 3), Skiing,
AFS (2, 3, 4), SADD (1,2,3), Prom Committee, Home-
coming committee, Senior Show, Fashion Show,
Octoberfest. PP: People who think they're better than
you, Liars, Players-Vice Versa. FP: Mom, Dad, Lisa,
Karyn, Devon, Lauren, Danny, Denise, Elaine, LS, KP,
LH, DS, EM, AC, JM, M], DP, SF, RF, SB, TB, RK, JR, MF,
CL, DB, RP,JN, CB, JS, CF. FM: Watercountry w /Lauren,
Vermont w/Dev, Dennisport w/DP and ES, Karyn and I
getting kidnapped by atheists, Sking, "Fathers Day"
Summer "90", Thursday night bonding, Martha's Vine-
yard w/LB (stargazing), Standish Monument, Facials
with KS and ES, Getting my cast off, Beach w/MacGyver,
4th of July "90", Troop, Back of D.B. truck, Making it to
and from the Keith S. concert alive. Club MTV concert
(Lima ride w/Dev and Rob), When Robby thought I got
shot (Fatman), BB w/JS, spending time with friends. FG:
To become a lawyer and become very wealthy, get mar-
ried, have 2 kids and live happily ever after. WT: Tell my
brother I love him and will always look up to him, Tell
HF that I would have said yes. PA: My brother, people
who make their dreams come true. FQ: If you love me, tell
me now don't wait 'til ifs chiseled on cold marble stone.
Don't wait 'til morning then there could be death between
us and I would never know. So if you love me even a little
tell me now so I can treasure the sweetness of your love.
ACT: A.F.S. club 2, 3, 4 Pres. 3, National Honor Society 2,
3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, M.U.N. Boston, N.Y., Prom Com-
mittee 3, Newspaper Editor-in-Chief 4, Yearbook 4. FP:
Mom, Dad, Sara, Family, Eb, Chris, B.E., K.P., K.S., SM.,
R.J., S.A., K.S., DJ., E.S., CM., W.D., G.F., N.J., S.P. and
all other friends, past and present (F.LNJP.O.) FM: No-
vember 14, 1990 , April 12, 1990 , New Year's '91 ,
Halloween etc. '90, "Scribble", mozzarella sticks at the
bandstand, Blue Hills, Standish Monument '90 , Water
Country with Sherry, Karen, and Christine, M.U.N. Bos-
ton and N.Y. (express elevators, N.Y.), half days with
hamburgers and french fries, "I've fallen and I can't get
up!" etc., broken noses in the library with Nikia, Charge
Pond 89,90,91 , "the duck walk", Soccer games 90,91,
killer bees in Sherry's hair-summer of '91 , Martha's
Vineyard, Camping 91 , N.Y. with Budge, Sydelz, block
parties, lemonade stands, Curtis, Terebithia, when Scrib-
ble ran out of gas, bonding nights, Scribble's trunk, rem-
iniscing with "Greece", nap days, every moment spent
with Chris. FG: To find happiness and success in even the
smallest aspects of my life. WT: eat pistachio ice cream,
make it through the toll booth at the N.Y. Int. PA: Anyone
who stands up for who they are and what they believe in.
FQ: "What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; it
is dearness only that gives everything its value. —
ACT: Work, Lifting, Hanging out, Hanging
brains, Driving to Pembroke FP: Belinda,
Mom, David, Dad, Stacy, family, B.C., T.P.,
R.T., J.W., V.B., C.B., A.B., KM., T.R., T.C.,
B.P., K.A., J.G., L.M., R.P., R.L., R.L.B. FM:
Summer of 91 , When Turtle took two people
to the prom, the morning after the prom, Au-
gust 19th, Inschool w/Farrell, Mr. Palladi-
no's office, going to bed w/that flourescent
lightbulb, fun nights at L.B.'s w/B.L., car
wars, road killings FG: To be happy, suc-
cessful, and marry the girl I love WT: Jump
R.P., smack J.G. real hard PA: Me FQ: "Yo
Wally where's the Beave", "You moron",
FP: Mom, Dad, Jon, Nana, Aunt Jenny, the rest of
my family, P.J., D.P., D.V., S.B., S.A., J.G., H.F.,
J.R., J.M., J.P., T.C., The Bishops, V.B., R.B.,
K.M., M.N. PP: Break ups, High school hallways,
rumors, liars FM: summers at the Cape, going out
w/Paul, mountain climbing w /Sherry, Florida,
when I got my braces off, 7/30/91 FG: go to
college, become a flight attendant, travel, get
married and have a child WT: Take singing les-
sons, try to get into the music business PA: My
Mom FQ: "Of all the people you will know in a
lifetime, you are the only one you will ever leave
or lose. To the questions of your life, you are the
only answer. To the problems of your life, you
are the only solution."
ACT: Foreign Language (2), Field Hockey
(1, 2, 3, 4)-Capt.3, 4, Track & Field (2),
Martial Arts, National Honor Society V.P.
(3), President (4), Peerleadership (3, 4), Sec-
retary of Senior Class (4) FP: Field Hockey
Team, Sandi S., JK, Sue M., Laureen M.,
Tim R., Karyn B., Julie G., Wendy D., Jen
A., Jen M PP: Men, Airheads, Laureen M.
FM: New York Model UN, when LM
flashed down town Plymouth, Classes
w/Rick FG: To enter the FBI training pro-
gram WT: GOADWR and JK PA: Sandra
ACT: Gymnastics 1, Track/ field 3, Na-
tional Honor Society (2, 3, 4), FLC (2, 3),
AFS 3, Math league (3, 4), yearbook 4,
Peerleaders (3, 4), Model UN (2, 3, 4) FP:
Jen, Mom, Dad, Kim, family, Julie,
Laureen, Shannon, zee's now wa's, Ryans,
Rituccis, all my other friends PP: slow
drivers, stubborn people FG: To have a
good job, married w/kids, travel around
world FM: Model Un, Halloween, Nature's
Classroom, Camp Bourndale, sleeping in
the bathroom PA: Julie, Tim FQ: It always
looks better in the morning NP: My high
school years will probably be some of the
best memories of my life- Thank you every-
ACT: Football (1), Basketball (2, 3, 4),
Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4) FP: Mom, Dad, Kris and
Family, Elaine & Family, Jason R., Jim H.,
BP, BC, TP, RL, CF, RT, JG, MS, JS, NS,
DP, KS, HF, CB, AE, SA, WD PP: Shaking,
fear FM: Summers with Jay, Thursday
night bonding, D/W/O/A/L, Movies
w /Elaine, getting K.O.'ed, 4/12/91, Prom
1991, latenights out with Jay, working
with no sleep, making it home from the
Keith Sweat concert and making it home
7/13/91 FG: Go to college, have a career,
get married and have kids WT:
S.WM.G.F.O.N. & TMJ>I£.T. PA: My
parents FQ: "Oye"
ACT: Field hockey (1,2,3, cap. 4), Track + Field (1, 2),
Wrestling Mgr. (2, 3, 4), peerleadership (1,2,3), Treasurer
4 FP: mom, dad, cat, chrts, family, jenn, tori, Kerry, Jesse,
Bean, Sku Bud, Mike S, Kurt S, Seth G, Keith B, John R,
JarrettH, Chris F, Marissa H, Wrestling team, Kristen W,
Leigh K, Nikki M, Jill K, April D, Amy M, Brian C, Turtle
P, Ryan B, Derek B, Kent, Homer, Elise S, Jen S, Jen G,
Mark D, Sherry A, Kevin H, Mike B, Fletch, Angus, Harry
Farrell, Lynchie, Mo, FJ1. team. PP: rumors, red tights,
people that don't mind their own business FM: summer of
90, camping w/ Jenn, times w/ JJl, Seths parties, senior
year, guy Hunting w/ Rissa, psychology, times w/ Tori
(summer). Nights w/ Jesse, Kurt + Mike, Cumby's w/
Jarrett. FG: go to college, get married, and live a long
healthy life. WT: make honor roll, thank my family for
everything. PA: my mother for loving me ana putting up
w/ my BS. FQ: "Oh yeah", byJJi.+ JJi.
ACT: Nafl Honor Society PP: People who
try to act like someone they're not FM:
eigth grade Washington trip FG: pilot
training WT: play football
FP: Mom, David, Cindy, Tara, Dawn + family, Denise +
family, Nana+Papa, Aunt Nancy, Pete, Ant, Denny, Liz,
Seth, Christine, Craig, Matt, Joanne, Karen, Jill, Beany,
Lynn, Sherri, Terrell, Petie, Tird, Jason, Mike, Mark,
Diane, Rich, Ricky, Nigel, E.J., Jason, Tony, Brian, Sher-
ry, Kelly, Karri, Mike, Maya, Joe, Scotty, Lauren, Tara,
Rich, Gabe, Wai, Class of 92, and anyone else I forgot you
know who you are. PP: Guys who wear spandex + flip
flops, Liars, Tramps, Players, two-faced people. FM: Ply.
wf D.P., D.V., + mom. Riverside w/ D.P., M.J., KM., +
K.S., Rocky Point w/ D.P., S.G., + K.B, Parties in
Wareham, Working at Edaville, N.H. w/ M.J., Busride to
school in 7th grade. FG: To be happy + successful. WT:
Tell my dad in person that I love mm, Thank my family
for always having faith in me and Dawn and Denise for
always standing by me.
ACT: Cheerleading, Water skiing, Snow
skiing FP: Mom, Dad, Joel, Crystal, An-
drew, Carrie, Maggie, Lisa, Lori,-The Gang
.PP: Pointing FM: Super Slide"90" New
Hampshire"91" FG: Raising a Family WT:
Making The Honor Roll NP: Thanks to
Mom and Dad I love You, Love Always
Joel, B/F/F Carrie, Maggie, Lisa And The
Gang. P/F/B (mouth) (W.T) .Thanks For
FP: TA, AC, Spaz, TM, WD, JT, April, TF,
Mom, Dad, My whole family PP: Snobby
people FM: Bringing my son into this
world FG: Raising a happy, healthy, fam-
ily WT: Be a truck driver PA: TA, AA FQ:
ACT: Golf (1, 2), Tennis (3, 4), AFS FP:
Grandfather, Family and friends, TC, JC,
JS, JG, NS, DS, NH, TM, CH, BP, TC, RP,
KF, GK, SB, DP, DV, Rf, FJ, RG, KS, KM,
and people who mind their own business
PP: Close the curtain on Mr. Wade FM:
New Hampshire trip with BP FG: State
police officer or a Special Agent for FBI
WT: Make high honors, have a full time job
in Boston PA: Anyone who loves the USA,
Vinnie (fat Winnie), Teresa, Robert Deniro,
Raymond Patriarca, John Gotti FQ: DTA
(don' trust anyone)-Brian Cavallo NP: To
the class of "92", good luck in your future
plans. Don't worry everything will work
ANTHONY F. CIAVARRO
ACT: Art, Art, and Art, snowboarding,
nothing, Nafl Art Honor Society FP: Fam-
ily, Sinbad and Zach, J. Schichilone, Steve,
Mike Z, Dan H, John Z, Chuck W, Mike W,
Shelly, Dawn, Denise, Brianca, Andy S PP:
People who ask questions when they al-
ready know the answer FM: Colorado, Ski
Trips, Canada, The Little Blue Shoes FG:
To own my own animation studio, live in
Breckenridge, Colorado WT: Get good
grades, football, T/M/G/T/F/O PA:
Damian Sanders, M.C. Escher, Pushead,
Cyrano FQ: Violence is neccessary; it is as
American as cherry pie - Rap Brown.
ACT: Soccer, Basketball, Hanging out FP: Mom,
Dad, A.C, J.C, Laureen, T.P, R.B, J.B, C.B, J.W,
M.D, R.T, T.D, T.W, K.L, L.B, A.S. PP: Skaters,Ge
tting left in Duxbury. FM: Turtle had two dates
for the prom.YC: Play Basketball, Get married to
the girl of my dreams J have already found her.W
T: Get an"A"in a class. PA: My Uncle
Mark,Reggie Lewis-Boston Celtics. FQ: "YO","W
allie wheres the Beav." NP: / hope that the things
I have now will never change.And I am always
with the ones I love.
ACT: Track 2, Cross Country 3 FP: Mom, Dad, Gary,
Steven, rest of family, Jill, TB, CR, KP, AH, W, DH, KM,
CW, BB, MO, JE PP: lies, waiting, driving through Plym-
outh FM: Florida w / 'Jill, feb. vacation "89", working wj
Charlie at CK, summer of "91" (8-5-97), my friendship
w/ Dawn,, Timw w/ Steven, Time w/ Tina, Cape FG: to
go to college, get married w/kids, be successful and have
a lot of money and happiness, WT: Thank Gary for being
there, and thank my parents for always trying to help
PA: Debbie for always going after what she wants and
getting it, and Gary for enjoying life FQ: Don't be afraid,
oh my love, I'll be watching you from above, and I'd give
all the world tonite to be with you, cuz I'm on your side
and I still care, I may have died but I've gone nowhere,
just think of me and I'll be there.-The Escape Club
"Tom, Tombo, Corsh"
ACT: Jazz Band 1, Band 3, 4, Senior Show
2, 3, Juniorfest, Battle of the Bands
"90", "91", Melissa Benoit benefit concert
FP: Family, friends, "the band" PP: Rap,
PN, BooHog, lto4in2, Brillo, Dig' em
Gumby FM: the night me and Chris had
"the Iced Tea", If we could only remember
it, Papa Gino's the day of the Battle, The
Urine Fest FG: Become a well known mu-
sician WT: Let Scott play my drums!!! PA:
Lars Ulrich, My Dad FQ: "God Is a moth-
er" Eugene O'neil.
PP: People who tell other people what's
good for them, stuck up people. FM: Auqa b
oggen-90-P.H., JM., EJi., Logan Airport
June 91, July 4th 1991, Science Museum 90,
"Lost in MA" FG: Phils fall, Bowling Ban-
quet, June 15th 1990, Dick, Tracy, "The
Long Drive", Become rich and famous busi-
ness man. FQ: Good things come to those
ACT: Soccer 3, Baseball 2, Senior Show 3,
Band, Art, Music, Personal Band, National
Honor Society, FP: Andrea, Mark, Tom,
Chris, Julie, Marc, Zimmage, Family, Lung
Ernie, Polar E Dog FM: Band practice at
Tom's, "Quiche of the day", Andrea, "1 to
4 in 2", Dew PP: Gumby, stupid people,
"blowoffs" , breaking strings, Dig 1 em, K.B.,
Sashstain, N.J., Alex Trabec FG: career in
music, college, long life with Andi, to be
rich, have a lifetime supply of dew. WT:
Watch Gumby play Tom's drums, be as
good as Alex (NOT), a guitarist, a rapper,
eat Honey Smacks, be a "Rotar Biv.'TA:
Tom, Geddy Lee, "Trabec", father, Chris
FQ: "All the crap we've had to take" -
ACT: Cheerleading (2, 3, 4), Golf (2, 3),
Peerleadership (1, 2, 3, 4) FP: Chris, AE,
PH, ES, JS, MG, Jav, cheerleading squad,
SM and the Fernaus, JH, my family PP:
Fake people, split ends, two faced people,
people who whine FM: 2/13/91, times
with Chris, PNHS, AE and the gas tank, EC
camp and the toga party, Pond St with
Elise, prom '91, bus rides to games, rides
home with JS and ES, beach with Andrea,
sunblock 29 FG: get married, have a family
and open my own travel agency WT: un-
derstand Algebra PA: Chris, Andrea FQ:
Walk in front of me and I may not follow,
walk behind me and I may not lead, but
walk beside me and be
ACT: Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Softball 11, 2), Model U.N. (3,
4), N.HS. (2, 3, 4), Peerleadership (3, 4), Prom Committee,
Octoberfest, Drama Club, S.A.D.D. (1, 2, 3, 4), Yearbook,
Brainscribble (1, 2, 3, 4), Student Council (2)fP: Family
and friends, you all know who you are PP: When people
poke me, When people chew loudly, When the phone rings
while you're going to the bathroom FM: Model U.N.,
Summer '89, Standish Monument, Martha's Vineyard
(etc.). Late nights w/sis, Edna and the mats, Seaell's
Pharmacy and Poker, $107 for S3, 3rd.pd. yearbook
room, "I'm fallen' and 1 can't get up", "Centrifuge",
Maine and Coos Canyon, Tennis wj Sue M., Shannon s B-
Day in gym, Natures Classroom, Shannon's eyeglass case
FG: To invent a new theory of teaching to help break
through the boundaries of a child's mind WT: Hug S.H.
and tell him someone cares PA: Those who believe in
themselves and fight to keep it alive FQ: "When you come
to the edge of all you know, you must believe one of two
things; There will be earth to stand on, or you will be
given wings to fly."
ACT: Sit home and be bored FP: P.F., G.D.,
S.D., S.S., P.S., J.T., B.B., O.O. FM: When
Mr. Wasti kicked me out of class because he
did not like my shirt, When I drove my car
into a stone wall FG: To become a car-
penter WT: Quit School! PA: Ozzy
Ozborne, Metallica FQ: "Sitting by myself
living life and loving life, But something
bothers me what to do- I can't believe I'm
bored" -Death Angel "Live life one day at
a time." -Bill W.
ACT: Track (l),Peerleadership (2, 3), Volunteering (1,
2, 3, 4) FP: My family, John Herman, Phil and the rest
of the Hermans PP: People with an attitude, not
having enough clothes, Lamb tongues, the Hawaii
tape FM: N.H. with E.S.,Stealing P.P with E.S., Span-
ish 2 Cutting C.L's hair,3/8/89, O.C.Sr. Prom 89
with John 90, Prom 91, Choc, pudding whip Cream J.
H.,6/15/90 with f.P.,PJi.,EJJ.,K.G.,P.D., Aqua bog
with fJJ. ect., Needle Beach J.H., Beach with W.D.
Sunblock 29, P/N/H/S/W /W.D + gas tank, and the
many more wonderful memories spent with John 89
FG: Become an O.B. nurse. Doctor, Spend the rest of
my life with John, have a family, be rich, own a red
Lotus, Be a model. WT: Go to a private school. PA:
My father, Karyn Glover FQ: fohn'.H!
To everyone who has attributed to my achievements,
thanxs and farewell. What do I do next? ACT: year-
book staff (4), Model U.N. Boston (3, 4,) Model U.N.
NewYork (3, 4), Pearleadership (2, 3, 4), Student
Council (3), Drama Club, SA.D.D. (1, 2, 3, 4), Prom
Committee, V-Field Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Softball (1,2,)
FP: Mom, Dad, Erica, Wendy, Carol, Eric, S.P, R.J.,
J.C., JH., and the rest you know who you are! PP:
When the President comes on the T.V. during your
favorite program, Hairspray, Spineless men. FM:
Model UJV Boston-NewYork 91,92 (express eleva-
tors), Standish monument 91, Charge pond 91, 91
with Erica, Boat trips, Marthas Vineyard, Phone
booth with Jason and Tracy, Lalapalooza concert,
Diseny World 88. FG: Complete college, stay
healthy, change the world! WT: sing on key, get a
good score on my S.A.T.s PA: People who portray the
last quality in Pandora's Box (hope) FQ: The powers
that be are the one's we should blame.unknown NP:
The last bastians of the old world. The Smiths, Mor-
rissy, The final stands against capitalism, com-
mecialism, and consumerism.
ACT: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Stu-
dent Council FP: Wendy, Rick Thome, Tur-
tle Pittsley, John White, Brian Connolly,
LM, CB, JR, my family, TP PP: Period 1
Chemistry class, JG, people who are two
faced FM: Physics class, time spent with
WD, '91 football team, 1990 Thanksgiving
Day Game, '91 summer FG: become a law-
yer, get married and have a family WT:
make honor roll, gain weight
ACT: Football (1, 2, 3, 4) Basketball (1, 2) Baseba
11 (1, 2, 3, 4) FP: Mom, Dad, Tara, Family, JL, CH,
RP, RJ, EJ, BG, JS, DF, SB, DP, DV, KP, MJ, MH,
LS, MP, NH, MD, DP, RR, AL, JH, JR, JG, MS,
PM, Football team and basketball team. PP: Peo-
ple who think they are better than everybody
else, A certain girl's evil side. FM: CH down-
stairs, Times spent with JL, CH, Me and MS, with
MR, Thanksgiving day game, 10th grade week-
ends. FG: Have a good job, Wife kids and family
and live happily ever after. WT: Make honors in
high school. PA: My mother, my father, and my
ACT: Student Council (1,2,4) National Honors
Society (2, 3, 4) Ice Hockey (2, 3) Yearbook (4) FP:
Family, WP, JW, TP, RT, DB, LS, JH, JO, AE, PH,
SW, LM, CB, CL, LB, WD, RG, EJ, and anyone I
forgot PP: Attitudes, people kicking the back of
my desk, those who think they know it all FM:
Spanish 2, Scuds in Latin, Donkey B-Ball, Juni-
orfest FG: To become successful and live a good
life WT: Play football, and thank my parents for
everything they have done for me PA: People who
make the best of their lives FQ: "You've got to be
ACT: Cheerleading 1, Gymnastics (1,4) FP:
DAVID, JO, TO, TG, KB, AK, ES, TM PP:
Slow drivers, people who do not use a
blinker, people who leave their blinkers on
FM: When David first kissed me, 1989! July
4, 1990, Aug 13, 1990? FG: Become an
accountant, be happily married with 3
kids, live in Florida, be rich. WT: Do the
dishes, 4 years gymnastics, go to Aruba,
drive a Mustang 5.0 PA: Madonna, my
Mother FQ: "The beginning of love is to let
those we love be perfectly themselves, and
not to twist them to fit our own image
otherwise we love only the reflection of
ourselves we find in them!" - Thomas Mer-
"Mel, Stix, Hopalong"
ACT: S.A.D.D. FP: K.D., L.C., N.M., A.A., J.C.,
L.K., K.P., L.S., A.C., J.A., S.D., T.L., J.B., J.O. PP:
Lies, Headgames FM: Summer of 90, getting lost
in the woods with A.A, L.C., J.A., S.D., T.L., J.B.,
Working with everyone at The King Richards
Faire. FG: To be the best that I can be in every
situation. WT: Become a cheerleader. PA: Mom,
Daddy, Joey, Stacey, Eric, Stephen, Grandma,
Grandparents, Ms. Russle, NP: / want to thank
my family and friends for everything you have
done for me. I love you all!
ACT: Hockey, watching Hockey FP: Moms,
the big guy, Dad, Greg, Kim, Kelly, Scott,
John, Phil, Kari, Shelley, Rich, Denny, Tim,
Tori, Tim PP: When people get in my face,
When I get blamed for something I didn't
do FM: Lumpy at 4: 00 am, fishing w/ Scott
& John, When me & Tim ran from nothing,
Kari & Andy at the Spot FG: To be happy
with life WT: Thank my mother for every-
thing she's done for me
"Bugsie, Boog, Boos, Jules"
ACT: Cheerleading 1,2, 3, 4, Peer Leadership 3, 4,
Softball 2, 3, 4, Model U.N. 3, 4, NM.S. 2, 3, 4,
S.A.D.D. 1,2, 3, 4, Brainscribble 2, 3, 4, AFS 3, 4,
Foreign Language Club 1,2, Yearbook 4, Math Team
3, 4, Chess Team 4 FP: Mom, Dad, Mike, Erin and
Family, Mark, Laureen, Karyn, Shannon, The "We's
and Was", Everyone at the J.F. and CM., J.D., J.M.,
M.S., B.D., P.A., C.S., The Cheerleaders, Scott, The
rest of you know who you are. PP: Being poked and
prodded, Z.O.B. FM: 8-28-91 (after months of wait-
ing), Nature's Classroom (6th grade), Camp
Bourndale, Wildcat Mountain (1991), REMISSION,
Shannon's eye glass case, Sleeping in the bathroom,
Time spent with family, The night of Mike and the
"FLATUNE", (etc.) FG: To find a cure for Cancer.
WT: Stop thinking about Scott! PA: Brian, John, Jon,
Melissa, Paul, the rest of the kids at J.F. , and anyone
else who has had to fight for something as precious as
their life. FQ: "I can complain because rose bushes
have thorns or rejoice because thorn bushes have
roses." -J. Kenfield Morley
ACT: Football (1,2,4), Baseball (2), Bas-
ketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Golf (1,3, 4) FP: Mom,
Dad, Matt, Family, Fratus Family, DF,
RG, RJ, RP, MP, MD, NH, GK, EJ, DV, DP,
MH, MJ, LS, PC, SB, Football Team, Bas-
ketball Team, and the rest of the people I
forgot PP: Girls BS., fat chicks in spandex,
FM: The time on the boat at the 10th grade
cruise FG: To be a millionaire and be suc-
cessful and have a kid and no wife WT:
Have a party at my house and every person
I know was there and had the best time of
their life PA: Ozzy Ozbourne, Grandpar-
ents FQ: "Flying high again", "you jerk",
"sweet leaf, "whatever"
"Felipe, Phil, Pill, Willy"
ACT: Camera Club (1), Sadd (1, 2), Foreign Exchange (3)
FP: Mom, Dad, Eddie, John, Andrea, Karyn, Thomas,
Paul, Wade, Sarah, Megan, WD, CL, Jav, DB, ES, JD, SH,
MR, BH, LS, BO, VS, AO, NQ, LR, IR, GS, MS, AS, BD, AS,
SH PP: Not enough clothes, No Money, Lick Finger, JAG F
M: Aquaboggen 90-PD, JH, AE; Equador 90-91; Flotel
Orellana 91- Megan & Sarah; Galapagos; 8-10-90; 6-11-
91; Colegio Caraenal Spellman; Columbia 90; Christmas
90; Alinahui JNapo 91; July 4th- 88, 89, 90, 91, Boston;
Vogue 91- Megan & Sarah; Bowling Banquet-PD, WL;
Martha's Vineyard-90; Plaza de Toros 90-91; Needle
Beach-BK; Mailing Andrea; Spanish 2- Miss Hiller; Mon-
treal 90; Washington 88; Hawaii 88; 6-15-90 12:01 Dick
Tracy- PD, AE, JH, EH, KG; Science Museum-90-PD, JH,
AE; Take out the papers and the trash-8th FG: Become a
U.S. Ambassador, A Rotarian President, An internation-
al model of fashion, speak 10 languages, and have an
intimate conversation with Madonna WT: Go to a Ma-
donna Concert PA: Mom & Dad
NIGEL OAKLEY HICKS
ACT: Track (2, 3, 4), Football (2,4), Basketball
(2), Cross Country (1), Tennis (1), Model U.N.,
SADD (4) FP: Nana, Gramdpa, Family, KF, RP,
RJ, BC, AL, GK, MP, Miss S., AP, KT, RG, KS,
CH, EJ, SH, HT, HS, JH, BH, MC, AW, MH, AJ, LS,
TM, MG, MD, RS, SD PP: Girls (everyone of
them), Parents FM: Craig's House, Keith F. over
Craig's house, undefeated track team, switch-
aroo twins, trampoline over BR's house FG: To
become a successful psychiatrist and get a front
tooth WT: Strangle CJ, get a front tooth, play
high school bsaketball, forgive DF alot sooner
PA: John Gotti, Robert DiNero, Raymond Pa-
triarca, True Americans, George Bush FQ:
"America, love it or leave it", "One small step for
man, one giant step for mankind"
ACT: Football (2, 3, 4)-capt4, Basketball (1, 2, 3,
4)-capt 3, 4, Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Peerleadership (
3, 4), Student Council (1,3), National Honor So-
ciety (3, 4) FP: Mom, Nana, Grampa, Adam, An-
drew, Family, Andy & Family, John & Family,
Nicole, Lauren, Nini, Melon, EJ, R.J., R.P., Mr
Murphy, Mr Green, D.F., H.F., Liz, J.H., R.K.,
BM., B.C., S.W., Senior Year Football Team. PP:
Fighting With Girls. FM: Turkey Bowl, State
Tourney, Summers '90,91; NCAA Champion-
ships. FG: Good Job, Married, Have Kids, Play
College Football. WT: Thank Mom, Nana, &
Grampa for everything; Stop shacking;
H.G.S.W.L.M. PA: Mom, Andy C, LM.,
ACT: Field Hockey, Shopping, Sleeping, Eating,
FP: Dad, Mom, Family, Pam, Kristen, Seth, Me-
lissa, Ricky, Denise, Lynn, Craig, Yon, Vanessa,
Linehans, Eric, Mandy, Kym, Amuy, Alyssa, Jim-
my, Matt, Lisa, Trade, Cherri, Brennan, Michael,
Mark, Leigh, Kik, Toby, Ryan, Tara, Stephen,
Shaun and anyone else I forgot PP: Ble
eyeshadow, socks and shoes, insideout socks, peo-
ple who get into someone else's business (DP) FM:
7-17-90, summer of '90, horsebackriding
w/Lynn (falling off). The cliff w / Melissa, Apple
picking, The Endless night, New Hampshire, Bos-
ton, 10-4-90, Butt Bum, Halloween, Seth's par-
ties, Midnight dinners, jetskiing FG: To own my
own day school, be right, to own 100 pairs of
shoes, own a beamer WT: Thank my parents for
everything they have ever done for me, Gowmm
PA: My Aunt Tina FQ: "Standing on a hill with a
mountain of dreams telling myself ifs not as
hard as it seems."
ACT: Peerleadership (3), Baseball (1, 2, 3,
4) FP: Derek, Jay, Baseball Team PP: People
who have no respect for the outdoors, and
Nate FM: Fireworks at Dereks house, 7th
grade, Bus ride to Nathaniel Morton
School FG: To get into college, and get a
good job PA: Baseball team, and coach
ACT: Honor Society (2, 3, 4), A.F.S. (2, 3, 4),
Future Problem Solving (3, 4), Drama Club
(3, 4), Soccer (1,3, 4), X-Country (2) FP:
Mom, Dad, 2 R.J.'s, grandparents, Karen,
P.S., K.S., A.K., C.J., M.M., L.C. PP: Ar-
rogance FM: N.A.S. Brats, Ford Fairlane,
Saab, hole Patrol, Patriot Inn-
breakfast breaks FG: Pilot WT: Travel, Ski
PA: John Lennon, Tim Rice FQ:
"Imagination is more important than
JESSICA ROSE JEDDRY
FP: Dad, Margaret, George, Andy, KC, VP,
LT, JP, EH, EM, MP, MR, CS, & Family PP:
Liars & two-faced people FM: Camping at
Wompatuck, Gaslines, New York City
w/J.P., Mchasion Pond w/K.C, & CM.,
July 4th week, White Horse Beach, Summer
'90 & '91 and many more PA: My mother
FQ: "Jesus Christ" — George Jeddry
ACT: Football (2, 3, 4), Basketball (1,2,3), Baseball (1, 2,
3, 4), Vice President (4) FP: Mom, Dad, Tracy, Gina, 12th
grade brigade (Rich, Craig, Ricky, Ryan) MM, P-J, MH,
MP, MD, SB, DP, LS, Marissa, RT, JR, AL, CL, NH, Coach
Murphy, Football Teams, Baseball Team, Steve P., "90"
and "91" Seniors PP: Rumors, Ricky Johnson, LosingfM:
Water hole '89/90/91, Times spend with MM, Prom
Night with Gina, MM graduation party, Scuds in Latin
study, My 10th grade year FG: To have a job I like and be
successful WT: Tell Mom & Dad thanks for everything
PA: fames Douglas Morrison FQ: "When the doors of
perception are cleansed, man will see things as they really
are, infinite." -William Blake "There are things known
and things unknown and in between are the doors."-
fames Douglas Morrison
ACT: Softball (1, 2, 3, 4), Capt. (4), FP: Family, Jeff,
Grandparents, Fletch, Karen, Shelley, Dawn, Denise,
Lynn, fill, Holly, Riz, L.S., D.S., M.N., KM., Meg, Rene,
Paul, R.P., P.D., John G., T.P., S.H., R.J., R.G., C.H., E.J.,
Softball Team '89, '90, '91, Mark + Vik, The Padula's,
Seth, Mr.G., S.A., Class of '92 PP: Going to the gas
station, liars, phony people, Ryan's conceitedness FM:
Hitting the dog w/B.L., C.F., L.S., M.A., K.P., Riverside
w/K.S., D.P., S.B., K.M.,., Braves w/K.P., J.P., K.S.,
Marshfield J.P., A.P., P.D., N.H. w/S.B., Fletch's death
rides, The cliff, M.H., Atlantic City w/C.F., A.H., Soft-
ball camp wJR.G., C.F., G.M., L.S., S-B Tourney, P-Toivn
w/K.S., D.P., DS., S-B Team, being w/P.D., blind date
w/C.F., Trivia w/Mark, Celtics game w/C.F., J. P., K.P.,
S/B/S/B, Prom, Beach shopping w/L.S. FG: To be very
successful and rich, to live in a condo in B-hills, drive a
Ferria WT: Tell my parents thanks for everything, make
it past South Sectional Finals
"Big Ebony, Kia"
ACT: Band, Problem Solving, Drama Club,
Model UN, FP: CO, KO, WD, LB, GF, KS,
KP, JH, MG, AW, CL, RJ PP: Fake People,
playing the piano, liars, zits, players FM:
Southern Carolina summers, music camp
FG: Dentistry, First Flute in the London
Symphony /Orchestra WT: Never make a
mistake in a flute lesson, go shopping at
Sax Fifth Ave., Call the Donahue Show PA:
My family, Mozart, Kuhlau FQ: "It's bet-
ter not to have than to settle." - David
RICHARD CURTIS JOHNSON
"Ricky, Rick, Dick"
ACT: Wrestling (2, 3, 4)-Capt,4, Football (2, 3,
4), Model UN (3), Student Council (4) FP: Mom,
Dad, Mandy, Famiuly, RP, RD, MR, CH, NH,
RG, EJ, SH, MP, MH, BC, JH, Boo-Boo, AL, LS,
MH, DV, MJ, LS, Mr. Murphy, Mr. Farrell, Dave
Vining, Wresting Team, Football Team PP: Big
Mouths, Backstabbers FM: All the time spent
over Craigs house with buddies, MV with Ryan
P, Lifting over the summer, senior year football
games, childhood memories with Ryan D., White
Horse Beach with Keith PA: Parents, Grand-
parents WT: Thank my Mom & Dad for their love
and guidance, win the Superbowl in Football, FG:
To become a happy, successful business man,
have two healthy kids and a caring, loving wife
(want nothing to do with manual labor)
ACT: Footbal (1, 2), Soccer (1,3, 4), Bas-
ketball (1, 2, 3, 4) Track and Field (1, 2, 3,
4) FP: Mom, Dad, Charlie, NH, BD, DF,
CH, MD, MH, RP, RJ, RG, BC, EJ, SH, JR,
RK, BP, PG, MS. PP: Loud obnoxious peo-
ple, Stupid people, People who don't stop
talking, Ignorance, People who think they
are better than everyone else. FM: In New
Bedford with Nigel and Billy, Summer of
90 over Henderson's, New Hampshire with
Henderson's, Time spent with Billy and
Nigel summer of 89. FG: To beome a Sports
Medicine Doctor or Police Officer. WT:
Beat up Billy. PA: Grandmother, Mother,
Father, Micheal Jordan.
ACT: Football (2, 3, 4), Track (2,4), basketball (2,
3), Prom Committee FP: Mom, Dad, Scott, An-
fela, Tanisha, rest of family, Heather M. Boo,
atelynn, Mr. Murphy, Deb V., Tim, Amy,
McPeck Family, Packard Family, Ross Family,
Karri S., '91 Football Team, LS, DP, MW, NG,
DK, LM, KP, CB, TS, PC, LK, Nana & Bub,
Kathlyn PP: Fakes, people over the age of 65
w /their licenses, school, snobs, complainers,
Racism, 2 hour bus ride to Whittier during foot-
ball FM: summer '90, Craig's house, Football
"91" , Godfather for my niece FG: To be suc-
cessful ana happy WT: Thank Mom and Dad for
everything, Thank the Ross family for every-
thing, Be w / Heather more than one night PA:
Martin Luther King, John F. Kennedy, Bo Jackson
ACT: Recreational volleyball and base-
ball, comic book collecting FP: Clint
Eastwood, Charles Bronson PP: Mark
(Sausage) Schofield FQ: Piers Anthony
CHRISTOPHER JUDE LaCAVA
ACT: Soccer 1,2, 3, 4 Capt. 4, ProbSolve 3, 4,
AFS 3, 4, Band 4, Yearbook 4, NHS 3, 4, Model
UN Boston New York FP: Mom Dad, Family,
Lauren, Tombo, Fugnee, Steve-OJake, R.O., T.C.,
P.S., A.S., FM: Times with Lauren, Tom's cellar,
Blue Hills, Beating Cohasset, Breakfast at the
Patriot Inn, Drinking "Iced Tea" with Tom, Run-
ning out of gas in the "65" Ford, Discussions
with Mom, "RENLAU" FG: To Make a difference
PP: SAT's, Answering machines. Car accidents
WT: Play field hockey PA: Sir Thomas More,
Timothy Rice, Dante, Leonardo DaVinci, Holden
Caulfield, John Lennon, Jim Morrison FQ: "If the
law is of such a nature that it requires you to be
an agent of injustice to another, then I say, break
the law." Henry David Thoreau
RICHARD JOHN LANGTON
ACT: Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Basketball (1, 2,
3, 4) FP: Sandi, Mom, Dad, Butchie, Nana,
Janeen, Kevin, Jarret, Tony P, Craig H,
Shelly B, Dawn P, Denise V, Terry S, Mark
O, Angus L, and the rest , you know who
you are PP: People who try to be someone
they're not FM: Oct 29, 1990, Prom Night
(May 4, 1991), Hangin' out with Tony,
lively conversations with Craig during
study FG: Play professional football WT:
Thank Mom and Dad for everything
they've done for me PA: Peter Murphy NP:
Thank Sandi for always being there. You
have made my life so much better knowing
that there is someone there for me. Thank
you for helping me in school and life. I love
ACT: Love to work with kids FP: Shannon,
Barbara, Linda, Tina, Aunt, the rest of my
friends, family, grandparents PP: when my
sister is on the phone, two-faced people
FM: Bob's party, 16th birthday party,
Gene's birthday party FG: Have my own
day care WT: Get all A's for once in a
lifetime PA: my Aunt FQ: "Will you suc-
ceed? Yes! You will, indeed (98 and 3/4
percent guarenteed) Kid, You'll move
mountaints" -Dr. Seuss' Oh The Places
ACT: Golf FP: Vinnie Loungo PP: Putting
things off to the last minute FM: 1991
State Golf Qualifying Tournament FG: Air
Force Firefighting WT: Play ice hockey on
an organized team PA: Ray Borque, Andy
Moog, Jack Nickalus.
FP: Mom and Dad, MS, KB, KS, KL, PD,
TR, TP, TW, AP PP: Little kids with at-
titudes FM: Going to Florida FG: work,
military, college WT: Get straight A's all
through school PA: Tim Rice, Bushwackers,
Paula Abdul FQ: "Ohhh" -Andrew Dice
Clay "Dow" - Homer Simpson.
ACT: Snowboarding FP: Matt, Anthony,
Tony, Joe, Rick, Steve, Bree and Meg FM:
Summer nights at Cooper's
ACT: Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4) capt 4, Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4)
capt 4, cheerleading 2, Nafl Honor Society (2, 3,
4) VP 4, Foreign Language Club (1, 2) sec 2,
School Comm. Rep 4, SADD (1, 2, 3, 4) FP: Fam-
ily, Bobby, Bells, Greens, Hcilmses, Connolly's,
Nana, Grampie, Mr. O, Mr. Farrell, Tonys, RB,
JW, KB, AH, TW, SC, MD,LH, MW, EW, JN, NG,
JH, BK, Nathanial PP: Chocolate, books, Tighe's
soccer clothes, Shannon, normal people, Doc FM:
end of summer '91, stars at Keith's, cards at
Brenaon's, hole-in-one, soccer busses, Amy's
straw trick, Physics' Mickey Rebellion, soccer
'89, '91 FG: Get a good job, get married, have
kids WT: H/G/S/W/S/H PA: Flipper, SH FQ:
"Wait a minute-l don't understand!" "Really?"
VCT: Laying in the sun, aggrivating people
FP: Family, Karri, Charlie, Donna, Dave,
DC, MJ, KP, JZ, TS, DS, DV, NC, RP, DP,
MN, TP PP: Waiting in lines, payphones,
just about everyone under the sun FM:
Meeting Timmy T with KS, DP, DV; Riv-
erside with KS, MJ, SB, DP; becoming best
friends with Karri, falling in love with
Charlie FG: To own an Acura NSX WT: Get
a job, thank everyone who inspired me in
my life PA: Julia Roberts FQ: When Charlie
says he loves me
"Tee" "Mush" "Smiles"
ACT: Skiing, eating FP: MS. HS. KK, TS,
CS, MW, MP, ES, RT, RS, LP, CC, JT, JM,
JV, LK, BB, AL, My brother and family,
Mom and Dad Smith, work friends PP:
Very slow drivers, snobs, inconsiderate
people, those who don't shut off their di-
rectional FM: Many times with Missy S,
Summer '89, Tracy S' Sweet 16 birthday
party, Missy S' 18th birthday party, July
3rd FG: Graduate, be successful in own
career, work with children, have a good life
WT: Tell my friends exactly how much I
care, be with a man in a Jacuzzi, save
money PA: Missy, Todd, Parents FQ: "Its
not fair" "Life's not fair" "Oh, man"
"Suze Q" "Sue"
ACT: Blood Drive Committee (1, 2, 3, 4), National Honor
Society (2, 3, 4) sec 4, School Improvement Council Stu-
dent Rep 3, Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4) capt 4, Basketball 1,
Problem Solving (3, 4), Yearbook (1, 2), Camera Club 1,
Student Council (2, 3), School Committee Rep 3, 4H Dog
Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Basketball Manager (2, 3, 4), Community
Service Club (2, 3, 4) FP: Karen, Shannon, JKm RB, An-
gela, Jen A, Jen R, Wendy, BL, Karyn, Mom, Dad, Jen,
Bob. LK PP: People that insult Dan Quale FM: Shannon's
B-day in gym class, Retreat '91, "warsh", Tough Katoo-
ties, "Twitterpated", debates in history FG: Lawyer;
Supreme Court Justice FQ: "Do you not know, have you
not heard? The Lord is the Everlasting God, the creator of
the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary,
and his understanding, no one can fathom. He gives
strength to the weary and increases the power of the
weak. Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men
stumble and fall. But those who hope in the Lord will
renew their strength. They will soar on wines like eagles;
they will run ana not grow weary, they will walk and not
be faint." — Isaiah 40: 28-31
ACT: SADD, National Honor Society FP: Mom, Dad,
Charlie, John, Mike, Chris, Chrissy, Moniaue, Kristen,
Mary, SM, JA, Laurane, Meryl, Amy, Racheal, my whole
family, Glen, Skip, Tiff, Nikki, Maya, Mr. F., ss, wd, Pat,
Don PP: Being called honey", being told I'm too young,
listening to someone brag, money, people telling me what
to do and what to think, people who don't care, people
who betray others, drunk drivers FM: Dancing on the car
at midnight, walking in the woods, writing essays on the
roof, walking, talks with brothers, exercising with KT,
Christopher's birth, watching the stars, babysitting FG:
Have a loving family of my own. Work with children in
the fetid of psychology, write a novel. WT: Save enough
money, play a sport, graduate with Kris PA: Kristen,
Mary T., Rev. dinger, Lorraine, Robert Anastas, MADD
FQ: "Rose leaves, when the rose is dead, are heaped for
the beloved's bed; And so thy thoughts, when thou art
gone, Love itself shall slumber on" -Percy Bysshe Shelly
"Then God commanded, 'Let there be lighf-and light
ACT: foreign exchange program FP: Fam-
ily, Sullivan family, Denise, Dawn, Diane,
Shelley, Jenni, Japanese friends, Katie,
Sonja, Jenn, Marilyn PP: Katie's mess!! An-
imal's smell FM: I was making and playing
music with my friends. When I went to the
beach and met my boyfriend. Making
friends in America. FG: To go far in life
WT: Make my nose higher PA: Parents,
Babysitters (because I don't like it-ifs
hard work!!) NP: I love dictionary, I want
dictionary, I need dictionary, I can't live
without my English-Japanese dictionary.
ACT: field hockey (2, 3), SADD (3, 4), Newspaper
4, Peerleadership, Prom Committee '91, Senior
Show, Senior Breakfast, Senior fashion show FP:
Janette, Vinnie, Mom, Dad, Aunt Jean, Family,
Dawn P, Tina P, Carey zC, Kristen W, LS, DV,
SB, ES, MJ, KP, KS, KM, RT, JB, LB, DB, GH, KH,
JN, JR, SH, MC, DS, all the kids in sped summer
camp PP: fakes, two-faced people, fat people,
guys in spandex FM: summer '90, '91; Halloween
'91, Foxboro with Dawn FG: Become rich,
healthy, and happy WT: Fhank Mom and Aunt
Jean for everything and tell them that I love them
NP: I'd like to wish all the members of the grad-
uating class of '92 and all the students at CHS all
the luck in the future.
CT: Drama Club, School Newspaper FP: Mom,
Dad, Garrett, JG, SW, DJ, BB, JB, DP, FC, MS,
SP, P andB R, JM, Veracity, Dread, Impact, In-
cursion, Boog, YG people PP: Busy signals, math,
arrogant people FM: CAPE 88-89, 4-14-90, Bon-
fires, WOW, Weekends with my sisters, The
night of the living T.V., Studios, Deringers, F-
Brutal, 6/28/89, 10/13/90, the times at the
beaches, all the times I spent w/my family and
friends, Plymouth North FG: To live a happy life
surronded by music and love WT: Go deep sea
diving PA: My family and my true friends FQ:
"I'm not ashamed to say a tear is in my eye,
because another tear will take its place before I
die" NP: With the people I love and when I'm
Rockin' I would just like to say I MADE IT!
Thank you so much to my family and to all the
people who keep me strong. All the experience
that have brought me to this place in life will live
in my heart forever. Yee-haH
ACT: Drums, Wrestling FG: Famous Musi-
can FP: Maggie K, Mike Z, Zac L, Paul D,
Karen P, Michael C, Ben D, Wenham Crue
PA: Neil Peart, John Bonham PP: People
who act like someone their not, People who
say they are going to something and don't.
ACT: Wrestling (1, 2, 3, 4) Capt. (4), Football (1,
2, 3, 4) Capt. (4),Track (2,4) FP: Mom, Dad, Nikki,
Jenny, Denise, RJ, RK, TM, NH, CH, RG, EJ, SH,
MP, AL, JH, HT, Boo-Boo, GK, BM, BC, JS, DJ,
JC, Jh, MJ, LS, KP, IS, CS, KM, DP, SA, MC, AP,
Wrestling Team, Football Team PP: lies FM:
S/T/W/D Craig's house, Time w /Buddies, Tur-
key Bowl, Wrestling Team, Paint Pellets, lifting
w/RJ, Martha's Vineyard FG: be rich and suc-
cessful businessman WT: beat up Ricky, beat
Bergeron PA: family, Elvis.
From the beginning we knew it would not last-HUSKER
DU.To all my friends, I bid you farewell. THE CURE
HUSKER DU. The memories that I will always cherish,
The Merry Wives experience where 1 meet ]osh,]ason,Mar
c,Matt,Mike, that was the greatest.NINE INCH NAILS
STONE ROSES.To Bree-my undying love and gratitudes
kipping 4th per. to talk wl Matt. 360 of fun
w/Andy.PlGS IN ZENMMORRISSEY THE PIXIES.To
Tony P.-were always the 2 stooges.A CLOCKWORK OR-
ANGE.The P-town experience with Hurley, Josh,Jason,An
dy,Marc,Matt that I have taped.Snowboarding.Grateful
Dead w/ Hurley. Loolapaloza w/ every one, the watermel-
on helmet. Swedish Ski Patrol.MINOR THREAT HOO-
DOO GURUS.Teeny Bop crew.Nights over A-rons.That
which does not kill us makes us stronger-NlETZSCHE.Ea
ting at subway with no money-thanks Marc.Also chasing
Marc and pulling a Dukes of Hazard at SOmph.The tram-
poline of DEATH. I WILL NOT CHANGE AND I WILL
NOT BE NICE-MORRISSEY
ACT: Softball (1, 2, 3, 4), Soccer (3, 4) Capt.4, Field
Hockey 2, Breakfast Committee 4 FP: Mom, Dad, Billy,
Wayne, Mo, Diane, Nana, Shelley and family, Denise and
family, ronnie and family, Joshua, Donna, farr, Meg,
Ashley and family, my whole family, Liz, Fletch, Mart-
ann and family, Karen, Lynn, Diane, Jill, Gina, Tonster,
Seth, Moril, Maya, RG, MH, CH, AJ, RL, PG, SA, TB, LS,
KM, KS, the class of "92" and everyone else I forgot. FG:
to become a dental hygentist and marry Ronnie Drapeau
WT: to tell my family and freinds Thankyou for every-
thing and 1 love them! Fly in a hot air ballon, and S.G..B
and M.N. PP: being lazy FM: At the beach w/SB, DU, GB,
being w /family and friends, also Ronnie, Riverside SB,
MJ, CS, KM, Billy and Mo's wedding, Timmy "T", DV,
CS, KM, Foxboro MN, Halloween Fletch of ''90", skiing
w/Dad, Bill, DI, Fierras, going to Florida w/Mom,
Wayne, Sa, and softball, soccer w/KP, Feb. vacation
"90" FQ: "SuckerrrU!" NP: to the class of "92" I wish you
all the luck and love in the world. Good Luck!
"Jenni, JJ, or Jen"
ACT: Quad riding, dancing, SWI FP: Todd,
Brenda, Michelle, Jessica, Marisue, Andrea, Jack-
ie PP: people with no respect FM: summer of
"88", Andy's going away party, 16th B-day FG:
Marry Todd, live in California and model WT:
Move to Barstow, CA. w/my Uncle PA: Mom,
Dad, my sister FQ: "What's Up" NP: My biggest
goal is to succeed in my modeling career. I hope
tp be on the cover of "Seventeen" Magazine some-
day. In the past, everything I wanted to achieve, I
did. I hope to achieve my biggest goal. I will not
give up until I do.
ACT: Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4), Football
1, Baseball (1, 2), SADD (1, 2), Peerlaeder
1, Peer Mentor 1, National Honor Society
(3, 4), Foreign Language Club (1, 2) FP: RL,
WP, LM, DB, CF, NS, JP, Senior year Stu-
dent Council PP: Junior Year Student
Council FM: 8th grade Washington trip,
winning my first election FG: High School
(US. History teacher) WT: Have a good
time at my Junior Prom PA: Mother, sister,
Mr. Green FQ: "If we dream it, it can be
done" -Robert Anastas
WAKREN E. PITTSLEY III
ACT: V-football (3, 4), JV-basketball 2, JV-
baseball 2, Ice Hockey, riding motorcycles FP:
Kim, Mom, Dad, sisters and brothers, BC, KT, JB,
TW, JW, DD, RH, Jav, CB, MJ, DP, SB PP:
Flamers and skateboarders. Busy signal on tele-
phone. FM: meeting Kim, when I asked Kim out 8-
19-91, Thanksgiving football game 1990, down
the waterfront, summer "91" FG: playing sports
in college and getting a major in engineering, and
then getting married to Kim and having kids WT:
make the honor roll and do good in school PA:
Kim, Bruce Smith FQ: herpicnugan, Yo! Wallie
where's the Beav NF: For me and Kim to last
forever. And to have a nice life together. And for
me and Kim to last forever so I don't have to
change anything I wrote.
ACT: Weightlifting FP: R.P., AI>., L.P.,
M.W., D.B., J.R., B.C., J.S., N.S. PP: School
work, splitting wood FM: When I met
Michelle FG: Architecture PA: Arnold
Schwartznegger FQ: "Aye"
ACT: Soccer (2,3,cap.4), Bkbl (2, 3, 4), Tutor 2, H.coming
comm, Sr show FP: Mom, Dad, Chuck, Lisa, Jill, Karen,
rest of family, Gina H., Melissa J., Diane S., Christine F.,
Lynn S., Dawn P., Michelle C, Marissa H., Denise V.,
Shelley B., Bensons, Sherry A., Karri S., Kelly M., Charlie
W., Lauren S., Heather S., Holly K., Megan S., Jen B.,
Helayne, Mazi, Carol C, Pam C, Heidi P., Melissa W.,
Jeffrey, Gaule, Alice, Anne, Hills, Simlers, Fletchers,
Sinkeys, Johnsons, Lynn's grandparents, Andrea, Mrs.
Simeone, Mr. Tighe, Mr. Noyes, Soccer team, CI. of 92 PP:
busy signals, span., R.P.'s Jill's driving, 2-faced people,
rumors FM: Celtics game wl J C, meeting Robert Parish,
Driving times w/ C.F., Helayne's Humpty Dance, grow-
ing w I Gina, Nutcracker w] Lynn, ski w/ Lynn, Laugh
w/ melissa, soccer w/ Dawn, T W B, times in Boston,
Heidi's songs, Erin's FUNNY jokes!!, times w/ friend +
family, visit grandmother, and Wendy's mark stories FG:
to col., successful in whatever I choose, get married, have
kids WT: tell parents their the best, and I love them, stay
on diet for more than a week PA: Robert Parish
R. STEPHEN PRESTON JR.
Student Gov. 4, Drama Club (3, 4), F.P.S. (3, 4), Gym-
nastics 2, Model U.N. (3, 4), Yearbook 4, Nat. Art Honor
Society 3 "It's not like you said it was, it's nothing like
you said it was." What can I say, ifs been great. Thanks
to God, my family, Pam (always), her family, jason,eric,
josh, matt, phil, mark, tonster, mike, ericksons, mrs. s,
neighbors, it's too hard to thank everyone. "The world is
loaded, it's lit to pop and nobody is gonna stop." janes
addiction. Lennon. The future is open wide" but hope-
fully there is money in it for me. Pam, beb, I'll always
Love you, and I'll always remembe^ 5-15-90, my first
walk on the moon, (movies + dinner) It has been, and
always will be the time of my life. "I really believe that
this time ifs forever."the cure. "Now I can't go back."
(desc.) s/f/s. "Oh no I've said too much, I haven't said
enough, r.e.m. Ifs been fun, now off I go . "If you see me
getting mighty, if you see me getting high, knock me
down. I'm not bigger than life."r.h.c.p. Thank you every-
one. Now it is my turn, lets see how I do. "The world is
but canvas to our imaginations." Henry David Thoreau
ACT: Peerleadership (1, 2, 3, 4), Track/ field (1, 2
, 3, 4), AFS (2, 3, 4)Problem Solving (3, 4)Manager
Basketball (2, 3), National Honor Society (2, 3, 4),
Drama Club (3, 4) FP: Mom, DJ, MP, Dad, Russ,
EP, JP, LP, BK, SK, RP, LB, JC, BE, KS, SM, CL,
NB, TF, ES, Dow, and everyone else you know
who you are! PP: crickets FM: Terebitha, Ford
ran out of gas, and CL, LB, RJ, KP, KS, and AL
couldn't get into school, PH and BE in Vermont
FG: travel to Greece, become a math teacher PA:
Julia Roberts, Dow, James Dean
ACT: National History Day, Science Fair, archery, guitar
playing, coin and stamp collecting, and collecting po-
litical memorabilia FP: my parents, my aunt, and my
uncle PP: impatient drivers and expensive, skimpy meals
at high class restaurants FM: interviewing Margaret
Chase Smith and Steven Jay Gould, shaking hands with
Jesse Jackson, and getting my first dog FG: Ph. D in
political science, a professorship, and charting a course of
democracy and morality WT: fencing and taking archery
lessons from Fred Bean PA: My parents, Margaret Chase
Smith, Jonas Salk, Thomas Edison, Ghandi, Thoreau,
Martin Luther King, and Walter Reed FQ: "That gov-
ernment which governs least governs best." — Henry
David Thoreau NP: To the class of 1992- Well, so its
finally over, twelve years of mental boot camp. I call it
boot camp becuase ifs just the beginning of the long
process of education involved in life. My years with you
shaped my amorphous, one- dimensional brain into a mu-
tilated organ. I'll never forget the fond times that were
products of your unique personalities. Well, I guess I'd
better not make this too long. It wouldn't be prudent at
this juncture. Goodbye, good luck, and God bless the
Class of 1992.
FP: CC, TG, JB, SF, JT, WD, BB, AL, LF, PF,
LP, JG PP: TP and snobby people, FM:
When I came to this school last year FG: To
become a legal secretary, WT: Be a lawyer
PA: TG FQ: "Queer", "Shutup"
"JR, Ross, Johnny"
ACT: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Stu-
dent Council, Model UN FP: Family, Tori
Bori, Jen, Scott, Lauren, Jody, Juice, Kris-
ten, Flipping Eggroll, Robbie, Christine,
Chief Pos, Karri, Mom Holmes, The King
family, JL, RC, EJ, RJ, and all the rest I
forgot PP: Foreign Language, rumors, fish-
ing FM: Chem 1 Posse 1990, Turkey Day,
Times with friends FG: To do something
with my life (and Lauren Smolinsky be-
cause she said I wouldn't put it in WT:
Thank my family for everything and Mom
Holmes and the King family for taking me
in all the time PA: People who have a clue
to what they are doing after Carver High
FP: VL, KL, MS, PD, TW, WS, AP, MM, TR,
SK, DP, KB, AH, SB PP: BAd grade, lousey
teachers, feeling left out, AL FM: Drivers
Ed, Allen's, Tom's and Keith's driving
Tim's Carsenio, Tom's "Meow", Van's foot,
Cape Cod FG: Get my Associates in the Air
Force, then go on to get my Masters in
Psychology in College WT: Join more high
school activities, Do one assignment with-
out "Screwing it up", Get a 1400 on SAT's
FQ: "J love if, "Screwed up again", "Yes"
FP: Mom, Sis, V.L., A.L., T.W., K.B., K.S.,
P.D. PP: Little kids with attitudes FM: My
sister driving through the post office FG:
Happiness FQ: "Not", "I think we have a
problem", "Oh, that would be me"
ACT: Field Hockey (2, 3, 4), Softball (1,2,3), Basketball
(2)-Manager 3, 4, FP: Mom, Dad, Julie, Aunt Mary and
the rest of the family, Derek and Family, Devon and
Mom, Karyn, Sherry, Jen and family, GS, AE, GF, JM, LH,
JH, JR and the field hockey team PP: The dark, Saying
stupid things, Not being trusted FM: The Prom 1991,
Going to see "Boyz in the Hood" with Derek and Jason,
Thursday night bonding, summers in Plympton, adven-
tures with AE, Going to the Keith Sweat concert and
making it here alive, New Hampshire, Dennisport with
DP and SA, April 12, 1991, Fashion shows withGina,
Facials with SA and KS, Derek with 1 hour sleep, working
at the greenhouse, fieldhockey camp, camping out with
GS ana IS FG: To got to college, suceed in my career, get
married and live happily forever WT: Try my hardest in
school, Thank my parents for everything I can't thank
them enough. Be organized PA: My parents and grand-
parents, people who sleep in.
ACT Homecoming Committee (decorating),
Babysitting FP Elise S., Lisa K., Marc F.,
Jen S., Angie L., Marc O., Jay H., Heather
S., Michelle W., Marrianne W., PP people
who touch my stuff, the word "what", peo-
ple who put napkins in glasses, cold toilet
seats, FM camping with EJS.JJS.JP.C, the
phone with G£., JJi., 16th b-day, Summer
89, New Years 91, The Pitt, my cellar FG to
be successful and become a teacher WT
own my own car, make people understand,
say thank you PA Mom Robert, Jason, Billy
W ., school nurse, Mr. Hatch, Ms. Gill,
thanks FQ "Another day above ground is a
ACT: Cheerleading-Capt. (3, 4), Track (1,
2, 3, 4), Gymnastics (1, 2) Student Council
(3, 4), Skiing (1, 2, 3, 4), Town Softball (1, 2)
FP: Jen, Krista, Brian, Mark, Mrs.B, TS.,
TM., WD., B.C., MJ., V.B., MB., J J..,
CJ., B.D., Cheerleading Squad PP: Fin-
gernail files, rumors FM: Pond St.
w/W.D., Brian's house w/Jen, Jen G.,
Krista, Mike, Snow!, Tracy's sweet 16 par-
ty FG: Go to college, own small business,
get married to rich, handsome guy WT: Get
my permit, ride in a balloon, eat anchoive
pizza PA: Scott Simmons, Stevie B., Mrs.
B., FQ: "If you dream it, it can be done!"
ANDREW D. SHEPHERD
Junior year peer leaders, yearbook staff, Black arm
bands. The close group of people at various houses. The
Gazobo, The Monument, Boston creme pie donuts, Look-
ing at the world through compound eyes.
"Full circle, from the tomb of the womb to the womb of
the tomb, we come: an ambiguous enigmatical incursion
into a world of solid matter that is soon to melt from us
like the substance of a dream." (Joseph Cambell) 12 years
gone but not forgotten and I have survived. "That which
does not kill you, makes you stronger." (F .W Jsietzsche) I
will surely remember the individuals, and hope the mem-
ories are kept in your mind too. "I wondered when this
would happen again/'Sow I watch that red line, reach
that number again /The blood in our veins and the brains
in our heads . . ." (Siouxsie and the Banshees, 92 degrees)
We are all fortunate to have made it this far after being
thrust into society at such a young age, unsure of the
world. "You don't have alot of time or restive moments to
relish your position. We're vulnerable. The only thing
thats solid is our own creativity." (Chris Cor-
nell, Soundgat den) I hope all of you never give up hope
even when it seems easiest. Don't let the rest of the world
get you down, don't cop out. "Each of us can outflank our
fears, outgrow our prejudices, outlast our troubles, out-
wit our worries, outlive our critics, and outlove our
enemies" (William Arthur Ward)
ACT: Prom Committee, Cheerleading (4), Dance,
Drum Lessons, Student Council (1), Shopping FP:
Mom, Dave, Dad, Pat, Chris, Dennis, Kelly, The
Meachens, K.P., JS., RJ(., J.R., D.S., J.S., K.B.,
B.C., M.J. PP: Getting my hair pulled, when peo-
ple cut me off then drive slow, being critisized,
having no money FM: Riverside w/KM., M.}.,
S.B., D.P., Carver Dance Center, Met Jimmy T.,
Times spent w /Dennis, All the good times
w /Kelly, Brutus FG: Someday to have a Mit-
subishi 3000GT, To enjoy life, Me and Kelly are
always best friends WT: Jump onstage at a con-
cert FQ: "I can do anything I want, I'm not lost",
"Dreams come true for those who work while
FP: Mom, Dad, Elizabeth, family, Christine, Kim, Aman-
da, Jill, Melissa, Diane, Karen, Sherry, Dawn, Denise,
Shelly, Marissa, Lauren, Bensons, Melanie, Suzanne, Mrs.
Simeone, Shaun, Angus, Ricky, Ryan, Craig, Rich, Danny,
John, Mike, Wes Walz, Bob, Mackenzies, Torrances, Pres-
ton family, Diane's Parents, Lofasos, the rest of my
friends, class of '92 PP: repeated Marc and Eric stories,
ex-boyfriends, Richard Hanna working FM: Meeting Wes
Walz, Bruins, Andrea's wedding. Summer '90, Xutcrack-
er with Karen and my family, skiing with Karen, falling
off the horse in front of a party on the beach with
Marissa, hitting the dog with CF, KP, MJ, MH, Bl,
Raspberry picking, sauna, midnight trips to Christine's,
all the times spent with my family and friends FG: go to
college, be successful in nursing, get married, have a
family (W/W W), get Bruins season tickets WT: Thank
my parents and let them know how much I appreciate all
ACT: Softball MGR (1, 2), Tutor (2) FP: Mom, Dad, Mike,
Sue, Jo, Aunt Jan, Kurt, Bensons, Prestons, Alice, Gayle,
Anne, Jeff, Lynn, MarkD., Malissa, Dawn, Denise, Shel-
ley, Lauren, Marissa, Pam, Mark, Stas, Sherri, all the rest
of you FM: Driving across country w/ family, the many
stays in Roslindayle, canoe trips and falling in the
Charles River, New Years Eve 91, April Vac. 90, Summer
90 w/HB up in Boston, Driving around LTGMw/Kp and
JP, cooking class w/WB, MD, SS, RL, Rasperry picking
PP: Triangles, Jill and Gaules rude mood swings, Alices
depressed moods cuz of Eddie, Karen's silent treatments,
Heidi's pregnant excuses, Wendy's Mark stories, Erin and
Dennis fights PA: My brother FQ: "The future belongs to
those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" "The
secret of happiness is not doing what one likes but liking
what one does" NP: One ship drives East/ And another
West/ While the Self-Some/ breezes blow/ 'Tis the set of
the sail and not the gale/ That bids them where to go
"Kim, Kitribly, Kimmie"
ACT: field hockey 1, tennis manager, prom
committee 3 FG: To be happy with what
life gives me FP: My family, Alex, Alex's
family, Karen, Russ, Gretchen, Lauren,
Wendy, Nikia, Briget and Shane, Lago, CL,
TC, MK, DP, SG, DF FM: Poison (3), Tesla
(2), Warrent (2),and Great White w/Alex,
Queensryche with Russ and Tom, Lago's
party" 90" , Boston w/Russ, Karen and
Tom, Halloween "89" and"90" w/ karen,
Russ and Wendy, when Russ drove away
after Karen fell out of the truck and I was
1/2 in w/ 1 leg dragging along the street
PP: conceited people with inflated heads
WT: Get my $85 from Tom for limo PA:
People who dare to be different
ACT: Field Hockey (2, 3, 4)-Capt.4, Basketball
(1,2,3), Softball (1, 2, 3, 4)-Capt.3, 4, Peer Lead-
ership (3, 4), National Honor Society (3, 4), Stu-
dent Council (2, 3, 4) FP: Mom, Dad, Jody, Kara
and Rest of family, Grennells, Gina M., Renee G.,
Melissa J., Tori S., Rick T. r Ricky J., John R., Scott
H., Ryan P., Nigel H., Danny G., Bobby Pa.,
Denny F., Mariann N., Lynn S., Fletch, Denise V.,
Bill H., Ryan D., Mike P., and anyone else I
forgot PP: June Bugs, Too much makeup, FM:
Softball Season '89, '90, '91 and the best is yet to
come. Softball camp summer of '89, Summers
with Gina and Renee and Summers at Wal-
lyworld FG: To be rich and happily married with
2 kids and a Lexus Coupe WT: Thank my parents
for everything they've ever given me — THANK
YOU, Make it past the State Finals in softball.
Tell my sister that I'm sorry for the accident. PA:
My Grandparents, John F. Kennedy FQ:
"Winning isn't everything- it's the only thing."
ACT: Football 1, Golf (1, 2), Tennis (3, 4) FP:
Mom, Dad, Jan, Adam, Stacey, Heidi, Laurie,
Matt, Amanda, Family, NS, BC, DS, RG, RP, RJ,
EJ, BP, DV, SB, DP, KP, KD, MF, LS, SP, KS, KM,
LH PP: bad drivers, people who try to act like
someone their not, flag burners FM: The summer
of "91", camping with BC, DS, BP (IGA), ski
trips, arguing with brian and proving him wrong
FG: To be successful in whatever field I choose,
and not have to worry about money, have a nice
car and house, travel WT: earn lots of money
during high school, fix up my car, do track and
field in H.S., PA: my father and mother, desert
storm troops FQ: "Your such an idiot" -JS NP: To
the class of "92"-good luck with your future
plans in life.
"Nory, Bert, Norby, Stybs, Styba, Nor,
ACT: Baseball (1), Tennis (2, 3, 4JAFS (3) FP: My f amity,
JS, BC, Df, TP, KD, BP, fP, SP, EJ, DB, Mr. Green, Mr. C.,
Rest of the school PP: Fat people who order a large Hot
Fudge Sundae and then order a Diet Coke, Non-patriotic
people, Flag Burners FM: Moped crash, Buttermilk Bay,
Cruising on Fridays, Ski trips, freshman baseball, Green
Nova, Tennis, Red Sox games, Junior Skip day, summer of
'91, 8th grade Washington trip, and everything I forget
FG: Do everything I want to do in life. Have a job that I
enjoy, have a good family and be well off financially WT:
Play H.S. football, have a fast car, take a trip around the
U.S. with D.J. PA: My grandfather, my parents, Larry
Bird for his toughness, Mike Myers FQ: "Mr. Gorbachev
if you are serious about freedom and democracy, tear
down this wallf'-Ronald Reagan
"D.J., Sweets, Fonz."
ACT: Baseball (1), Tennis (2, 3, 4), AFS (3) FP:
Mom & Dad, BC, JS, NS, JC, KF, BP, DB, TP, NH,
BK, RP, RT PP: Flag Burners, Fat people in
spandex, Bob's, Jaba's and Pinnochio's FM: But-
termilk Bay, NH camping trip with BC, JS, and
BP, 8th grade Washington Trip, Fake hand with
KF FG: Travel around the world, get a college
education, good job with lots of money WT: Play
H.S. basketball, high honors, B.C.C.A., Drive
cross-country with NS, Go to Celtics game with
BC PA: My mother and Father, J. Gotti, Desert
Storm Veterans Pres.Bush FQ: "D.T.A." by B.C.
and Peacaroni by Keith F
FP: mom, dad, family, BB, WD, CC, GM,
PF, SI. FQ: I/W/T/F/P
ACT: Football (3,4), Wrestling (3,4,Capt), Peer Lead-
ership (3,4), SADD (3,4), Student Council (2,3,4) FP: B.C.,
Turtle, Bake, Lumpy, Juan Bobo, Sky PP: Foreign Lan-
Siages (Spanish,Lattn) FM: Papa's, Chem. 1 Posse, Fags R
s,Herpegneugen FG: Survive College, get married, have
kids and become rich. WT: Grow PA: Mom,Dad,Teachers
FQ: "Those people who tell you not to take chances, they
are all missing on what life's about. You only live once so
take hold of the chance, don't end up like others same
song and dance." — Metallica
ACT: Piano, Basketball, Modeling FP: Andy McClain,
Jenni Pike, Sara Strout, Mike Williams, Tom O'Horo,
Tammy McGrath PP: Snobby People FM: Summer of '90,
Junior Prom w/Tom FG: Be successful in modeling and
have a career in psychology WT: Go out with EJ PA: Mom
& Dad NP: Tom — Thanks for all the good times we had.
I'll never forget you.
"Dee, C.C., Niece"
ACT: Softball 1,2, Soccer Manager 3, SA.D.D. 1 FP:
Family, Roger, Dawn, Shelley, Ryan, Craig, MJ, CF, SG,
MH, JS, BC, MH, LS, CS, KM, RL, SA, Maya, RJ, DS, RG,
MO, AL, KP, JP, CJ, MP, TB, Pierce Family, Burgin
Family (David), Packard Family, Cordeiro Family,
Everybody else I care about. FG: Go to college, become a
nurse, get married and be a wonderful mother, just like
mine. Be Happy! FM: The beach with Dawn, Shelley, and
Gail, Spending time with Ryan, Timmy T with Kelly,
Karri, and Dawn, Conversations with Craig, February
vacation of '89, night out with JS, SA, NS, Florida with
my Dad, M/B/W/R WT: H/S/T/B/W/R, Tell my
friends and family thank-you for being there and being so
patient with me.
"We have built our foundations
with our yesterdays; we will
create the house of our future
with our tomorrows/'
ACT: National Honor Society 3, Soccer 3, Basketball
(3,4), Softball 3, Track 4 FP: Family, Tony F, Castana's,
Sue Mott FG: To do well in college and have a successful
career in the medical field, live in Chicago, own a truck
and a yellow dog PA: Michael Jordan, Mr, Webster FQ:
"The instability of human love" — Cyrano DeBergerac
"Anyway you want it, thafs the way you need it." —
Journey "It 's what 1 like to do." — Michael Jordan
ACT: Art FP: Dad, Mom, Family, Ryan, Squid, Ricky,
Turtle, Skibud, DM, Melon, AM, CL, Jav, Heffy, DB, PP:
Morning people, Morons FM: Beach, Rt.l, Playgrounds,
skiing with skibud, Joe 4 am, Lunch 90-91 FG: Art school,
skiing, family, fix my car (not repaint it) WT: Ski out
west, skydive PA: Anyone original or themselves FQ: "J
can see through mountains, watch me disappear, I can
even touch the sky, Swallowing colors of the sounds I
hear, Am 1 just a crazy guy." — You bet . . . Ozzy
ACT: Basketball, work
FP: B.P., D.P., HS., DJ>„ H.B., A.P., and everyone else
FM 8th grade Washington trip
FG; Become rich, own a car, become a Marine
WD: Keep a car long, play football
PA: Lou Brutus, Larry Bird, San Fran 49ers
Airat, Kent, Zmei
ACT: Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball
FP: Victor Tsoi, Michael Jordan, Doc Swanson
PP: No snow days during the whole school year
FM: Going back home after being atony from home for 7
FG: Make a lot of money, to get my education and to
travel a lot
WD: to go to Australia
FQ: "To be or not to be" Shakespeare
It sounds strange, but now, I really have tivo homes.
It's funny when I think in two languages. I enjoy staying
here and I think America is axvesome!
ACT: Sports, Art, Camera Club
FP: WS„ MM., DC, Family and Trie
PP: My procrastination habit, child abuse, tailgaters,
physicals, narcissistic people, "attitudes"
FM: Washington D.C., Drivers Ed., our driving adven-
tures, Florida, Tim's Carsenio
FG: Get an Associated degree in the Army, then get my
Master's of University of Miami in Atmospheric science.
Help create solutions to our environmental problems.
Travel around the world.
WD: Get a 1680 on a SAT. drive on the Autobahn,
PA: Anyone who is satisfied with what they've got and
does not care what other people think of them.
FQ: "A stone by any other name is a rock," Doc; "Thus,
conscience makes cmoards of us all." Shakespeare
For every ending,
there's a new beginning,
a chance to set new goals,
to dream new dreams,
to rekindle the hope in our hearts.
For endings are a way,
of rediscovering ourselves,
of learning who we are,
and what we need in life,
of finding out where we want to go,
and who we want to be.
"Individualism is rather like innocence; there must
be something unconscious about it." — Louis
Most Athletic — Scott Holmes and
"When one masters the skill of a
given sport, the athlete becomes an
artist, and the playing field is that
athlete's canvas." — Anonymous
"A true leader is one that fo
lows." — Tony Pina
"Take me as I am, see me ft
what I am, believe that I am .
and I will be." — Jen Adams
Best Personality — Elaine
Schwotzer and Eric Johnson
"Those who produce works
of genius make use of their
personality as of a mirror."
Most likely to Succeed — Tim
Rice and Susan Mott
"To win without risk is to
triumph without glory." —
Most Talkative: Denise Vieu and Andy Lebel
"Speech is civilization itself. The word, even the
most contradictious word, preserves contact — it
is silence which isolates." — Tomas Mann
Most Creative: Tony Ciavarro and Karri Shores
"The creative person is both more primitive and more
cultivated, a lot madder and a lot saner, than the
average person." — Frank Barron
Most Gullible: Laureen Mazalewski and
"Hope is the only good thing disillusion
respects." — Vauvenargues
Most Flirtatious: Elise Senior and Rob
"Flirtation is merely an expression of con-
sidered desire coupled with an admission
of its impracticability." — Marya Mannes
Best couple: Lauren Babel and Chris
"The only love we give away is the only
love we truly keep" — Elbert Hubbard
Most Argumentative: Ryan Packard and
"People are more willing to be convinced
by the calm perusal of an argument than a
personal discussion." — Emily Collins
Most Unique: Andy Shepherd and
"Commandment No. 1 of any truly civ-
ilized society is this: Let people be dif-
ferent." — David Grayson
Most likely to Slip on a Bar of Soap in th
Shower, Bump Their Head, and Thin,
They're Someone Else: Laureen Mazalewsk
and Ryan Baker
"How strange are the tricks of memory
which, often hazy as a dream about th
most important events of a man's life, re
ligiously preserve the merest trifles." -
Sir Richard Burton
Shelly Burgin and Ryan Baker
"The automobile is technologically more sophisticated than the bundling board, but the human motives in
their uses are sometimes the same." Charles M. Allen
Karen Preston and Brian
"Fair tresses man's imperial
race in snare, /And beauty
draws us with a single hair."
Kelly Meachen and Derek Brady
"These only are beautiful eyes which, like the
planets, have a steady lambient light, are
luminous but not sparkling." Longfellow
Rich Gaudet and Lauren Smolinsky
"There is nothing more comforting than a
nice smile." Betty Crocker
Mark Silva and Melanie Germaine
"Roam abroad in the world, and take thy fill of its enjoyments
before the day shall come when thou must quit it for good."
Tony Ciavarro and Marilyne Murphy
"Shyness, in some ways shows wisdom." Henry
Denise Vieu and Brian Cavallo
"Humor is an affirmation of dignity,
a declaration of man's superiority to
all that befalls him." Romain Gary
The class of 1992 thanks Ocean Spray for its generous
'Gratitude is the memory of the heart."
— Herbert V. Prochnow
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Never before has history
been so influential in daily
life. Over the past year we
have seen war come and go,
Communism collapse, and
many other events which
have shattered the world.
The constant evolution of
the world is brought to
light through media which
can report from the most re-
mote corners of the world in
a moment's notice. What a
spectacular sight it is to see
history made right before
our eyes. What an age we
Arc of Crisis
Of the Baltic republics.
Lithuania is the most restive
and the most vulnerable.
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IN THE NEWS
Life has not been the same for law professor Anita
Hill since going public with allegations that Supreme
Court Justice Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her
nearly a decade ago.
Hill was valedictorian of her high school in 1973
and went on to Oklahoma State University as a
National Merit Scholar, graduating in 1977 with a
degree in Psychology. From there she went to Yale
University to receive a law degree in 1980.
Most friends and colleagues described her the same
way — honest, sincere and a principled person.
Although Thomas was confirmed, professor Hill
insisted that by letting her story be known she had
accomplished everything she set out to do. "All that's
happened has made the general public much more
aware of sexual harassment than ever before," said
She offered one piece of advice to victims of sexual
harassment. "Try to find somebody you can trust
and tell them," she said, "try to find somebody who
can help make you feel that you are not at fault. Find
someone you can trust because you can't take it all
out on yourself, you can't internalize it."
Forty-three year old Clarence Thomas grew up
poor, Black and Democratic in Pinpoint, Georgia,
but later switched parties and became a contro-
versial symbol of Black conservatism.
"Only in America," Thomas said after President
Bush announced his nomination as the second Black
justice on the Supreme Court. Thomas will succeed
Thurgood Marshall who has retired.
Prior to Thomas's nomination to the Supreme
Court, he served as an assistant attorney general in
Missouri, a legislative assistant to Sen. John
Danforth (R-Mo.), seven years as chairman of the
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a
judge of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the
District of Columbia.
In addition to the controversy of Thomas's legal
views, a charge of sexual harassment was brought
against him by law professor Anita Hill. Thomas
vehemently denied the allegations and said, "This is
Kafkaesque. Enough is enough."
After much debate over who was right and who
was wrong — Clarence Thomas, Anita Hill, the sys-
tem itself — the United States Senate voted to con-
On October 18, 1991, Clarence Thomas became the
106th United States Supreme Court Justice.
KUWAIT OLL WELL FLRES
Firefighters were unprepared for the sight t
were met with in Kuwait — scores of oil ax
sending plumes of red and orange flames 30 ya
into the air. Oil lakes and soot blackened the san
During the seven-month Iraqi occupation of A
wait, more than 730 oil wells were damaged or
ablaze. Firefighting crews have been able to exti
guish 584 wells since the effort began in March 19i
When the effort to combat the blazes began I
March, it took an average of four days to put out a
well fire. Now the teams are averaging 8.5 wells em
day, according to Oil Minister Hamous al-Rqubai
Oil experts say that if the effort continues at i
same rate, the wells should be capped before the a
of the year, earlier than the projected date of Man
The faster rate of progress has been attributed^
the increase in the number of firefighting companh
the availability of needed equipment, the complete
of the water system and the growing experience ■
Teams from the United States, Canada, Chii
Iran, Kuwait, Hungary and France are all workt^
together to clean up this environmental disaster.
FIVE U.S. PRESIDENTS OPEN REAGAN LIBRARY
Ronald Reagan threw open the doors of his presidential library on November
5, 1991, and invited the public to judge his turn in the White House.
A military band played "Hail to the Chief" and the crowd of 4,200 invited
guests cheered as President Bush and former Presidents Carter, Nixon and Ford
joined Reagan in the first gathering ever of five past or current presidents.
Each president took a turn at the microphone, praising Reagan and reflecting
on their own presidential challenges.
The Spanish-style structure is nestled on 100 acres about 50 miles from Los
Angeles. At 153,000 square feet, it is the largest presidential library and
includes 55 million documents from Reagan's presidency, available for public
The National Archives will operate the library at an estimated $1.5 million
annual cost to taxpayers.
"The doors of this library are open now and all are welcome," Reagan said.
"The judgment of history is left to you, the people."
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It was an end to innocence.
One December day 50 years
ago, an air attack on a
drowsy Hawaiian military
complex shocked Americans
into the era of total war.
The horrifying secrets of murderer JEFFREY
DAHMER are revealed as America watches.
Ex-Klansman DAVID DUKE makes his bid for
the 1992 Presidential Election, but faces great
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was beautific, poignant in the light of the news he was delivering to a stunned nation. Los
Angeles Lakers star Earvin "Magic" Johnson was joining a lineup of AIDS statistics too
disturbing to fully comprehend: A decade after the disease was identified, 125,000 are dead,
200,000 are dying, 1.5 million are infected. Ending his brilliant 12-year career that
November day, Johnson said he would become a spokesman for the assault on the disease. His
disclosure delivered a message the country needed to hear: This is a home game.
Life Magazine Jan. 1992
1991's Battle of the Underdogs
America loves an underdog, and Americans love baseball. This was a good year for both. In 1990 the
Atlanta Braves and the Minnesota Twins finished last; this year they finished the season in a classic
innings and cut the trophy in half."
Life Magazine Jan. 1992
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President Mikhail S. Gorbachev of the Soviet Union and his
family were placed under house arrest in the Crimea on August 19,
1991, as an eight-man emergency committee led by Vice President
Gennady Yanayev took power in a coup attempt in the USSR.
Crowds of perplexed people wandered among the many Soviet
tanks parked behind the Red Square during the military coup
Convoys of Soviet tanks moved into Moscow, less than two miles
from the Kremlin. The Communist hard-liners who ousted
Gorbachev sent the army's tanks rolling within a mile of the
Russian Parliament building where Russian President Boris Yelt-
sin was staying.
Yeltsin called on Russians to resist the takeover, and resist they
did. Constructing a protective human wall around Yeltsin's head-
quarters, his supporters demanded Gorbachev's return. As a for-
mer Gorbachev advisor spoke to the crowds, denouncing the coup
and demanding that Gorbachev be allowed to address the Soviet
people, hands were raised in applause.
On Wednesday, as the Communist party denounced the take-
over, Yanayev and the other coup leaders fled Moscow. Latvia and
Estonia declared immediate independence from the Soviet Union.
Before dawn on Thursday, August 22, an Aeroflat jet arrived at
Vnukovo Airport, Moscow, bringing home Gorbachev and his
The coup had failed, and before the day was through, all coup
leaders were arrested except for Interior Minister Boris Pugo, who
reportedly killed himself.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waved the white-blue- and-red
Russian tricolor flag from the Russian Federation building before
a crowd of about 100,000 jubilant supporters celebrating the end
of the three-day coup attempt. Bodyguards held bulletproof
shields in front of him.
In addition to telephone service being cut to all KGB buildings
and Gorbachev naming a new chief of the KGB, the statue of the
founder of the KGB was toppled while thousands of Muskovites
Freedom has come to the Soviet Union.
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Nearly seven years ago, Leb-
anese terrorists captured Terry
Anderson, an American jour-
nalist living in Beirut. During
his imprisonment in Lebanon,
Terry received both physical
and mental tortures which
many people would not have
been able to live through. Terry
Anderson, however, did more
than just survive; he tri-
umphed. Each time his captors
knocked him down, he got right
back up again. He was beaten
for only the first few months of
his captivity, but then the ter-
rorists tortured his mind.
The terrorists would tell
Terry that he was going to be
released, only to crush his false
hopes with the reality of their
lies. (He would be the last hos-
tage set free, the one kept the
longest in captivity.) Then,
when Terry and his fellow hos-
tages made a crude deck of
cards and a chess set from alu-
minum foil to use to pass the
hours, the guards took them
away. Even when Terry was al-
lowed to be in the same room
with the other hostages, they
were rarely allowed to speak to
For seven long years, Terry
Anderson lived this life. How-
ever, this experience only
served to strengthen his spirit,
not to break him. He did his
best not to let his situation get
him down. When he was al-
lowed to speak to the other hos-
tages, he kept their minds alert
with deep conversations as he
never wanted them to lose all
the knowledge that they had
gathered. It is an extraordinary
few who can walk away from
an experience such as this one
and still have the positive at-
titude and strength that Terry
Anderson has. It was his in-
vincible spirit which prevailed
and kept him going on, day af-
Terry and his fellow hostages
are people we can all look up to
as models for the will and
strength it takes to survive such
an ordeal. Seeing the suffering
that these people have endured
without being destroyed makes
it possible — in the most dif-
ficult situations — for us to
gather up our spirits and use
them to push ourselves forward
up and over the most difficult
obstacles to reach the self-
reliance and freedom from fear
that lies beyond them.
A MICHAEL LANDON, 54, actor "He was the best at under-
standing that television is something in people's homes. They
form very personal relationships with people they see on the
screen. He used that to really connect with people and to touch
them."— Brandon Tartikoff
paham Greene, 86
"He believed that God draws
straight with crooked lines," says
author Father Andrew M. Greeley.
"And out of trouble, tragedy and
sin, God brings goodness." w*
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He/eajly was the world's best dad.
tribute to (
Frank Capra. 9a
^ "When he told me
Life, I said, 'Frank,
it's not easy to
j|L Jimmy Stewart. '"But
if if you want me to
make a picture about
an angel who hasn't
got his wings and
jumps in the water and I
tries to save a guy who i
can't swim . . . I'm
your man!' "
MILES DAVIS, 65, musician
"In the future, you hear somebody
that sounds like Miles, that is Miles.
He was the most individualistic sty.
ist in jazz." -Dizzy Gillespie
Bill Graham, 60
"A spirit like his
must be in a more
where he's prob-
ably setting up big-
| —Ijrancis Ford
Redd Foxx, 68
"Redd didn't have to work at being
funny," says TV wife Delia Reese.
"He had a spontaneous effect
on people. When God sent us Redd,
he sent us a natural-born comic."
HARRY REASONER, 68,
i newscaster "Harry was
totally without guile in a
business that is full of it."
THE DOCTOR BELOVED BY ALL
Theodor Seuss Geisel: 1904-1991
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Dr. Seuss has become a name many of us
associate with the age — old days of
childhood. For generations his vibrantly
illustrated books brought to life the im-
aginations of children around the world.
Although we each have our favorite books,
The Cat in The Hat, Marvin K. Mooney,
and Green Eggs and Ham are among the
few that will forever remain in our mem-
"Marvin K. Mooney!
Don't you know
the time has come
to go, GO, GO!
Get on your way!
Please, Mawin ¥L!
You might like going
In a Zumble-Zay.
You can go
by balloon . . .
. . . or broomstick.
You can go
You can go by Bumble-
Boat . . .
. . . or jet.
I don't care
how you go
Get yourself a Ga-Zoom.
You can go with a
. . . BOOM
Marvin, Marvin, Marvin!
WUlyou leave this room!"
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National Honor Society
Executive Board: Shannon Bell, Pres-
ident; Laureen Mazalewski, Vice-
President; Susan Mott, Secretary;
Wendy Duart, Treasurer. Senior Mem-
bers: Jennifer Adams, Lauren Babel,
Karyn Bowman, Keith Brogan, Gary
Dombrowski, Jason Gavin, Julie-Ann
Green, Scott Holmes, Russel Jacobs,
Christopher Lacava, Marilyn Murphy,
Antonio Pina, Karen Preus, Timothy
Rice, Lauren Smolinsky, Richard
Thome, Angela Wadsworth.
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Math League is one of Carver High
School's newest activities. The club
was formed last year by Mr. Roy
and Miss Drohan, who became the
advisor. For the past year now,
on the first Thursday of every
month, 10 members of the Math
League set off to do their best at a
meet. The out-of -school meets are
held once a month. Each meet is held
at a different high school. We compete
against such schools as Plymouth North,
Plymouth South and Silver Lake. So far the
Carver High School Math team has not man-
aged to win a meet but we do our best. The students
who participate deserve our praise and applause. Seniors:
Jennifer Adams, Shannon Bell, Karyn Bowman, Julie Green, Laureen
Mazalewski, Susan Mott; Juniors: Elizabeth Boucher, Darcie Confar, Mi-
chael DiCarlo, Sandi Fenelon, Pam Fontaine, Peter Murphy, Naida
Rosenberger, John Sullivan; Sophomores: Amy Colagiovanni, Jonathan Fe-
nelon, Molly Hunstiger, Randy Souza, Dan Ward.
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"The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind him in other men the conviction and the will to carry on."
The Peer Leaders of Carver High have one word in common —
dedication. The Peer Leadership Program dedicates themselves to
improving Carver High and making it a better place. The Peer
Leaders are involved in a variety of activities which include the
New England Patriots Basketball Game, an Alumni Breakfast,
speaking to students at the Governor John Carver School about
Peer Pressure, setting up a tutoring program, and making new
students feel comfortable at Carver High. The Peer Leaders ded-
icate themselves to be alcohol, drug, and tobacco free. Peer Leaders
are all well-rounded students who are respected by their peers.
Applicants for Peer Leadership must go through an interview with
the Peer Leadership Advisor, Mrs. Lynch, which determines if they
are Peer Leadership "Material."
The 7th and 8th graders make up the Junior
Peer Leaders. They are those young leaders who are also respected
students. They are dedicated fust as much as the Senior Peer
The Senior Peer Leaders are a group of students who are de-
termined to keep Carver High a respectable school. Along with the
help of Mrs. Ruth Lynch, they are able to make the Peer Leadership
Organization a desirable position for all students.
Art, if it is to be reckoned
as one of the great values
of life, must teach men hu-
mility, tolerance, wisdom
and magnanimity. The
value of art is not beauty,
but right action.
W. Somerset Maugham
For several years now the Model United Na-
tions have been working excessively hard to create
a name for Carver. Through this year's wondrous
group, Carver High School's representation at the
U.N. Conference has been stupendous. Each mem-
ber has improved on his/her own public speaking
skills, research skills, and ability to enjoy them-
selves while working hard at making a difference.
This past year Carver has represented Estonia (a
newly independent Baltic State) and the Bahamas
at the Harvard Conference and Spain at the New
Mr. Gary Lincoln (Advisor), Darcie Confar, Susan Mott, Shannon Bell, Marilyne
Murphy, Gretchen Faelton, Julie Green, Scott Holmes, Nigel Hicks, Ricky John-
son, John Ross, Wendy Duart, Pam Fontaine, Steve Preston, Lauren Babel, Chris
LaCava, Tony Pina, Nikia Johnson, Laureen Mazalewski
"Speech is the mirror of action."
Lauren Smolinsky (V.P.), John Ross (T.), Elise Senior (S.), Tony
Our main objective on
student council this year
was to aid the classes and
other organizations in their
activities and fundraisers
and were very successful in
doing so. The young en-
thusiastic members cou-
pled with the experienced
executive board helped to
make student council very
effective and give the stu-
dents of Carver High a
strong voice in the school
In the long-run
is the exact symbol
of its people, with
their wisdom and
Carver's Chess club, at the time of writing, is in second place in the
Southeastern Massachusetts Chess League. The team currently has a
record of four wins, two losses, and one tie. The chess team consists of the
five top ranked players and one or two alternates. CHS's team members
are Jason Auschewitz, Ben Hoge, John Hurley, Chris Paradise, Mike Shea
and alternates Isaac Banks and Aaron Yung.
Yearbook is not a cult, it is a club. We work long hours to meet
orturous deadlines, but yearbook never quite reached cult sta-
us, as our predecessors so eloquently noted. Many people ex-
ended their helping hands and without their assistance this
earbook would not be possible. With a class as diverse as the
lass of 1992, it is hard to squeeze all of its colorful per-
onalities into one book. This yearbook is only a representation,
key if you will, to unlock your memory. This is the key to the
ear that was — 1992, and all of its memories.
earbook Staff: Lauren Babel, Liz Boucher, Karyn Bowman,
Vendy Duart, Gretchen Faelton, Jason Gavin, Julie Green, Chris
aCava, Laureen Mazelewski, Steve Preston, Naida Rosenberger,
nd Andy Shepherd.
Yearbook Advisor: Kevin Farrell
The yearbook staff would like to thank Mrs. Caron for
all of her help
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— JANET ERSKINE STUART
conduct us b that enjoyment which is, Ut once, best in qua
infinite in quantity
— HORACE MAM
The Carver Crusader Marching Band under the di-
rection of Mr. Barakat started the 1991 school year by
taking a trip on September 14 to the University of Mas-
sachusetts at Amherst. The band participated in a Band
Day Jamboree with 38 other high school bands from the
tri-state area. The biggest highlight of the day was when
all the bands totalling approximately 2,000 students
went out onto the UMass football field all at once to
perform at halftime. What an awesome sound (and sight).
The Crusader Band has also performed at all pep-rallies
and a halftime show during this year's homecoming foot-
ball game. Marc Emond designed the show with the help
of Band Council members Liz Boucher and Tristan Walsh.
A color guard unit is presently being formed under the
direction of Mrs. Eileen Holzman, a veteran drill team
instructor. This unit will be incorporated into the march-
ing band at the Memorial Day Parade.
Music takes us out of the actual and whispers
to us dim secrets that startle our wonder as to
who we are, and for
what, whence, and
GUIftA^nCE ©E<PA<RGCDE c nG,
We would like to extend our thanks
and our heartfelt gratitude to the
CHS Guidance Department for put-
ting up with us this year. You stood
by us even during the rush hours the
day before our applications were due
when we were just starting them.
You guided us down the path to-
wards college and our future and
forced us to meet all those deadlines.
We couldn't have done it without
"The youth of a nation are the trustees
The Drama Club. A merry bunch of pranksters or just a
bunch of kids having a good time? Well, whatever it may
be, the Drama Club is the place to be if you're looking for
some good ol' fun. It gives you the opportunity to express
yourself in a way that just can't be explained. With the
guidance of the wonderful Ms. MacNeil to help you along,
thafs basically the only rule to abide by. Once in, you'll
never get out . . . HA HA HA.
"Like hungry guests, a sit-
ting audience looks:
Plays are like suppers;
poets are the cooks.
The founder's you: the ta-
ble is the place.
The Carvers we: the pro-
logue is the grace.
Each act a course, each
scene, a different dish."
Volume 5, Number 3
October 17, 1991
The Carver High School Newspaper
Carver. MA 02330
)je 'Of J hpppnnnmips of
The 1992 Journalism staff is a group of very talented young
writers. These reporters give it all they've got to make their articles
perfect for the end result — the Carver High School's Crusader. By the
time they've completed their final draft and saved it on the Jour-
nalism disk, they have a piece of literature that they can be proud of.
Over the past year these reporters, have written on topics such as:
environmental health, sports, school activities, movie reviews, and
their own personal concerns.
These students, however, do not only see the reporting aspect of
Journalism. They also work on the production and distribution of the
final product. For two days out of a two week cycle, the Crusader
staff spend their time running off, collating, stapling and distrib-
uting over six hundred copies of the Crusader Newspaper. Through all
of their hard work and determination, the Journalism staff have made
the 1992 Crusader something to be proud of.
SENIOR NEWSPAPER STAFF
Kristian Bates, Casey Carter
Nicole Connolly, David Cobb
Eric Devine, Dawn Gillig
Asa Leighton, Maya Nabatame
Mariann Nocera, Karlyn Olson
Gina Tortora, Associate Editor,
Lauren Babel, Editor-in-Chief
Mary MacNeil, Advisor
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Do you remember a time when the only decisions you had to make were
what color to make your flower and if you could have any three wishes,
what would they be? My first wish was always for a new puppy. My second
wish was always for a swimming pool. And my third wish? My third wish
was always for a trillion more wishes.
In reality though, we don't get a trillion wishes. We have only a few
chances to make the most out of our lives. Now it seems that there are so
many new decisions to make. Do you want to live with your mother or your
father? What do you want to be for the rest of your life? Are you going to
college? Do you want a drink? Well, how 'bout a smoke?
There is so much pressure to make these choices. If you answer what you
truly feel, will your questioners turn against you? Will they no longer
accept you for who you are if you aren't what they want you to be? When
you feel like the pressure of growing up and finding out who you really are
is about to drag you under, think back to that little child that still lurks
inside each of us. If you could have any three wishes, what would they be?
Choose them carefully, you only get three.
Chances are your wishes have changed since you were a child. As we have
grown and matured, those childhood wishes don't seem nearly as important
as the events which affect our lives now. Our goals and aspirations nave led
us on a new path in our lives. We now share ties to family and friends, ties
that often cause us to put their well-being before our own.
So think carefully about what your deepest dreams and desires really
are. Those wishes can tell you a lot about who you are. They can show you
what you really want for yourself. They can help you to see what you are
worth, even if no one else will take the time to look. Whatever you decide
you want for yourself, be sure that it is your decision. After all, would you
have let someone else color your flower red, when you wanted it yellow?
Lauren Babel, Editor-in-Chief
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by Gina Tortora
June 18, 1991 — otherwise known as the last day of school to us —
was the first time 1 had ventured to Fenway Park, I knew only as much
about baseball as was taught in gym class — nothing more than that.
It was my first professional game, and I really had a lot to learn about
this type of baseball.
This game was against the California Angels. At first I did not know
who was on the Red Sox team. Actually, I had no idea who was on
either team. I knew that the Angels had little haloes around the capital
A's in their names and the Red Sox had two little red socks on their
jerseys. But by the end of the night I became familiar with the batting
order and the positions and could place names to all the faces.
Soon after that I fell into a trap into which many Red Sox fans fall,
an obsession with the "Olde Towne Team." I began watching nightly
from Monday through Saturday and at 1:00 on Sundays. Ibegan to do
something I had never done before. I would read the sports section to
see the standings, see what other teams they would be facing, and find
out what to look for in strategies against them. Before I knew it, I had
memorized all of the players' batting averages.
I purchased books about the Red Sox. One in particular. The Curse of
the Bambino, by Dan Shaugnessy, is an explanation of why the Red Sox
will never win a World Series. Shaugnessy is a renowned sports editor
for the Boston Globe. In one month my knowledge of the original
Boston sports team broadened tremendously.
With the remainder of the season, I attended two more games, one
with the Oakland A's and the other, a double header, with the Cleve-
land Indians. The Red Sox became my favorite pastime. I have become a
true New England sports fan, more specifically a Red Sox addict. Thus,
I anxiously await another season of the Red Sox, for the magic of
Fenway has hit me.
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TO A VERY
by Mariann Nocera
Throughout my life many people have influenced me; but
the person that has had the greatest effect on my life is my
Aunt Jean. She is the warmest person that I know: she has
always taken care of me when I am in need.
Since I can remember, my aunt and I have been close. We
would always go out together shopping or just out for a
drive. I have spent almost every day of summer there since
the 9th grade. The past two years we have gotten closer than
ever, and I feel as though she is like a second mother to me.
I have chosen my aunt as the person that inspired me most
because she is so strong. She has had a most difficult time
these past two years ever since she was diagnosed as having
Hodgkin's Disease. (Hodgkin's Disease is a form of cancer
which is defined as a neoplastic disease that is characterized
by progressive enlargement of lymph nodes, spleen, and liver
and by progressive anemia.)
It is such a shock when someone so close to you gets that
sick. It made me realize just how much I loved my aunt.
In June after a year and one-half of treatment, my aunt
was diagnosed as being in complete remission. Everyone's
life became normal again; it was such a relief. This past
summer with her was the happiest time I have had in over a
year. She was given her life back, and I was given my aunt
back. I spent almost every waking moment at her house.
Then, in the middle of summer, she felt two lumps on her
neck. When she went to the specialists, they said the
Hodgkin's Disease had returned after only two months. We
had thought the first episode was shocking, but the second
time was much worse because we already knew what she
would have to go through.
Since this diagnosis, she has been going through a series of
tests. After this we didn't think that it could get any worse,
but it has. Just last week she was told that her cancer may be
My aunt has a very difficult time ahead of her, and the
next few months are very critical, but she knows she has her
family. Everything that has happened has made me realize
just how precious life really is, and that people should not
take their families for granted. I know I don't.
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by Karlyn Olson
l remember my first experience with death. I was young, about
eleven years old, when our family dog, whom I had grown up with
died of poisoning. I didn't quite understand it at the time; 1 guess
because of a child's inability to comprehend mortality; but since
then I have come to learn much more about not only living, but dying
as well. I have learned that not only do people eventually die, but so
do many of the emotions that we so often take for granted. Without
us giving emotion life, it couldn't survive.
I always used to believe that although everyone had to die, there
were some things such as emotions that had the power of eternal life.
Love, friendship, fear, and pain, were the four emotions I believed to
be the strongest. As strongly as all emotions may affect our lives,
not one has the individual power to remain immortal. In fact, it is
usually not until we neglect, or lose one of these emotions that a
person realizes just how much control they do have, in affecting
their personal feelings. It seems like a common mistake for all of us
to either push the responsibility of preserving an emotion onto the
other person involved in the relationship, or to believe that the birth
and death of many emotions is the fate of life. We do not realize,
that as an individual we do have the power to make our own
emotions last. Not only can we change the outcomes of our lives by
making a variety of choices, we can also change the outcome of our
Five years ago today, one of the most important people in my
heart, hurled himself into my life. It was Halloween night, and
although we had just met, we seemed to understand one another as if
we had known each other for years. Even though Halloween had
never been a particularly important holiday to me, but it now had
new meaning to me. For every Halloween that followed I celebrated
another year of since I had met the closest friend I could have asked
When I first met D. that Halloween night, I never expected to gain
a friendship that in fact would have the power to live forever. As
time went by, I realized that it wasn't time, or fate that bonded our
friendship, it was something more; something we had accomplished.
Maybe it was the gift of youth, or maybe the promises that were
never broken, but through work we succeeded in making our promise
of everlasting friendship a reality. Sometimes I wish I knew exactly
what it was that we did to change the bonds of friendship. I wish
that I could always make relationships turn out this way. As a
young girl I had been told that if I ever had even one friend, who I
knew I could call, even after fifty years of silence, and still be
treated the same as before, I was fortunate. Now having experienced
the past five years of true friendship, I understand why. Mortality.
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The dedication of Mary MacNeil to her many duties
is infallible. Play after play she spends her time gently
guiding young actors and actresses in their theatric
endeavors. Her dedication to the Journalism students is
evident from the quality of each article published. She
instills within us a sense of accomplishment and self
worth. The enthusiasm she adds to all she does is
enlightening and her words of encouragement do not go
unappreciated. Thank you Miss MacNeil for all you do
to make our brief stay here at Carver High School most
pinning their hopes on
Christopher Jude LaCava
Man was given only a feeble structure in the shuf-
fling of evolution. He was not given a thick hide to
help fend off disease or built-in weapons such as
sharp teeth, claws or horns. According to nature's
laws, man was low animal on the totem pole. The
most unfit, an easy prey for larger more nimble
predators. Why is it then that a person can now walk
the streets without fear of being stalked by any other
predator except one of his/her own species?
Man did not play by the rules. Using and de-
veloping intellect, man surpassed the Laws of Na-
ture. Man controlled what once controlled him. The
ultimate example of the rise to power of the op-
Now man does not rely on nature to painstakingly
make and dismantle compounds. Man rips apart and
reassembles molecules to make anything he so de-
sires, like a child playing with an erector set.
Man is no longer faced with answering to the laws
of nature, but there are penalties, of course. Going
against the grain and plowing a destiny upstream
disrupts the fragile equilibrium of nature. The hu-
man race faces a host of environmental and social
dilemmas due to its persistent quest to outdo nature.
As Eric Hoffer wrote in The Return to Nature, "Man
became what he is not with the aid of, but in spite of
Man has already removed himself from his right-
ful place in nature by his intellect ana the results are
taking their toll. Nature would be totally upheaved
if man took it upon himself to tamper with other
animal's place in nature. I would not want any part
in an unnatural act which furthers the deviation man
has taken. I believe a genetic alteration in any animal
would have catastrophic results. By tampering with
the delicate intertwined web of nature, our fore-
fathers have dug us into a hole. I would not want to
entrench my children any deeper.
I'd love to run in the grass,
paint myself blue
and jump over the moon.
I used to want to be a dolphin
and swim in the sea, until I'm
not there no more.
I think I found the holy grail,
I think I had a sip
I'm'not sure what will happen
but I do know I want to stand on
and to be invisible from 9 to 5.
I want to walk on a rainbow
roll around in red.
I want to slide down
all purple and blue
I'll always be cooler than a
And when it snows
I'll catch every snowflake,
I'll lay in every snow drift,
and make angels until they're
I'll play in the mud,
get all covered up
and be sure to clean myself off.
I'll jump in the water, I'll jump
in the air
I'll spin around dancing until I'm
Then I'll lay down and rest my
until I see you again.
Christopher Jude LaCava
Is there no man
With a hint of virtue?
Or are we wax dolls,
Molded by the plaque of other's ideals,
Through any man's eyes
There is no right or wrong,
Only more elevated degrees,
Of persuasive personalities.
So one must choose one's sword carefully
Then fall on it accordingly.
I've never gotten so close before,
and still felt clean
lying so close with no chains
it feels so warm, so much like home
I love to just lay and never move,
and I know you'll be there staring
straight at me, and you won't turn
like everyone else did
I never want to say anything, never
disturb the silence,
because ifs so good to just be there.
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INSPIRATION. The word is quite often used as a means for getting
people going in all facts of life.
For Julie Green of Carver, it has become a way of life the past
three years. Without even trying, her presence alone seems to do
that, not just for her family and friends, but for people she doesn't
even know. Three years ago, the high school senior was found to
have a serious form of cancer, Hodgkin's Disease.
"I remember the priest at the hospital giving her the last rites of
the sick," her mother said. "She was lying there in bed and, I was
crying. Julie looked up at me and said 'Don't worry mom. I'm going
to be all right.' She just knew she was going to beat it. It wasn't
going to get the best of her. It was something to get over and get on
with her life. It was just an obstacle in the way of rest of her life."
— Diane Green
Julie has been in remission for the past year.
Carver HS student
wins SADD contest
By MARt JO PALUMBO
A Carver High School senior who hopes to stop drunk drivers from gettingbehind the wheel won a nationi
contest — and $5,000 — by designing a logo for Students Against Drunk Driving.
Russ Jacob, 18, of Carver, designed a logo which will be used as the national campaign symbol for SADL
"Today its Russ Jacob Day," Kevin Farrell, Carver High School's SADD adviser, said at a student assembl
held Friday to celebrate Jacob's achievement.
About 350 Carver High School students applauded Jacob as he received an elaborately framed copy of hi
design and a check for $5,000 from Ketan Patel, a representative of Clearasil, the contest sponsor.
A certificate of achievement from the town of Carver was presented by Paula Bobbin, a Carve
Jacob's design will be printed on materials distributed nationwide during National SADD Awareness Wee
"Tnat little extra effort put our SADD chapter on the map," Farrell said.
Jacob's logo depicted two intersecting bodies symbolizing strength and unity against drugs and alcohol,
said the logo's bright, vibrant colors reflected happiness and well-being.
Jacob had forgotten about the contest over the summer and was shocked when his SADD adviser called t
tell him he'd won.
"It was kind of unbelievable," said Jacob, who is also a member of Carver High's varsity hockey tean
Honor Society, Drama Club, Foreign Exchange Club and Future Problem Solving Club.
Jacob, who hopes to become an armed forces pilot, is filling out college applications and plans to use th
money to help with tuition.
Autumn comes like a warrior,
with the stain of blood upon his
His crimson scarf is rent.
His scarlet banner drips with gore.
His step is like a flail upon the
Front Row: Greg Weydt, Nathan Horrigan, David Cologiovanni, Sherry DiCarlo, Chris
Paradise, Colleen McGillicuddy, Tammy Caron. Middle Row. Timmy Grant, Jim Mc-
Glew, Phil Dorfer, Alex Flynn, David Emord, Suzanne Sinkey, Jen Foley, Laura Mer-
ideth, Jackie Britt. Back Row: Kristin Brady, Dave McPherson, Mike DiCarlo, Steve
Tibbetts, Randy Souza, Cindy Van Houten, Matt Bain, Chris Speakman, Pat Kenneally,
Jen Baker, Mgr. Amy Duncan. Missing: Shawn Lucier, Tara Macuch, Cathie Lydon.
The boys' X-Country team had some very
tough competition in the South Shore League,
but hung right in with the competition. Led by
Sophomore Captain and League All-Star Chris
Speakman, the Crusaders showed determina-
tion, spirit, and certainly a lot of improvement.
Juniors Mike DiCarlo and Matt Bain displayed
great leadership to this young squad. Among
Carvers top performers were Pat Kenneally,
Randy Souza, David Emord, and Shawn Lucier.
With the group of Seventh and Eighth Graders
returning next season, the Crusaders are look-
ing for a big improvement within the league.
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The girls' X-Country team had an outstand-
ing season, losing only two league meets. It is a
very young team with plenty of promise for the
future. The team has many outstanding young
runners who should be exciting to watch in the
future. The top position for Carver varied
among Sophomores Tara Macuch and Jen Ba-
ker, along with Freshmen Cathie Lydon and
Jackie Britt. Also scoring for Carver were
Eighth Graders Laura Mertdeth and Jen Foley.
A surprise newcomer to the team was Seventh
Grader Sherry DiCarlo. Carver placed two
girls in the top fifteen runners in the All League
Meet with Laura Merideth placing thirteenth
and Cathie Lyd* fifteenth. This is definitely a
team to watch in the future.
The Crusader Stickers came off their finest season
to date finishing up at 7 wins, 5 losses, and 5 ties
overall. Their South Shore League Record of 6
wins, 1 loss, and 5 ties gave them a piece of their
first ever league title. Carver's defense gave up
only 9 goals in 12 games and 17 overall. Of-
fensively 20 goals were scored by this year's
squad, most ever.
Seniors this year were 3 time SSL All-Star and 2
time Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic Shannon
Bell, SSL All-Star and Brockton Enterprise All-
Scholastic Lauren Smolinsky, as well as Gretchen
Faelton, Christine Brennan, and Elaine Schwotzer.
These girls will be sorely missed.
The girls' soccer team fin-
ished 3-15. The team was
constantly improving during
the year and played very
well in their last six games.
Most of the girls are playing
winter and spring sports
which will help them. De-
spite losing senior tri-
captains Laureen Mazalew-
ski, Karen Preston, and
Dawn Pierce, the team is
looking forward to improv-
ing their performance next
year. Thanks to all the girls
for a great effort and a
unique experience which has
helped both myself and Mr.
Noyes to become better
coaches and better people.
Carver pulls big upset of Cohasset
The Carver boys soccer team has
not had too much to celebrate
about this season. Until Tuesday,
The Crusaders pulled off the
biggest upset of the South Shore
League season with a 1-0 win over
"I had 11 All-Stars today," said
Carver coach Kevin Farrell,
"Everyone gave an outstanding ef-
Gabe King scored his seventh
goal of the season at the 27:29
mark of the first half off a feed
from Jo Jo Fenelon. Carver net-
minder Brian Connelly recorded
his first career shutout with seven
saves to key the surprising upset
of the Skippers.
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This year's football team enjoyed their first winning season (7-4) in their brief four year history, culminating
with an exciting victory on Thanksgiving. Hard work, sacrifice, and determination paid off for this team which
had thirteen Seniors to lead them. There were no "Gimmick" plays this year, just names and faces: Helms, Holmes,
Leary, EJ, JR, Hoss, Juice, Bird, Pac-Man, Gaudet, Poopsie, Hendy, Oakley, Rob, Turtle, and Chris, just to name a
Some highlights of the season were: A last play TD pass to give Martha's Vineyard their only loss of the season,
Jarretfs 7 TD passes vs. W. Bridgewater, the bus ride to Whittier, Juice's pat (and dance) vs. W.C., RJ's
interception vs. Norwell, coming so very close against E.B. and Norton, the offense driving 96 yards in 5 plays to
beat 1st place Abington, and the shootout at Hull, a day that Angus said thanks to the seniors and played the game
of his life. Jarrett, Scott, and Angus set new records passing, receiving, and rushing and the Offensive Line (52, 66,
57, 50, 63, 58, 99) deserves a lot of credit.
Thank you Seniors (EJ, JR, Hendy, Ricky, Nigel, Turtle, Juice, Scott, Rich, Ryan, Rob, Chris, Hoss) for your
leadership, determination, dedication, inspiration, and perspiration. Thank you for your friendship and I nope you
remember some of the things you learned from playing this game. I will miss you.
Hanover 7 p.m.
You think college football players can't be rocket scientists
n at the brainpower schools that play in Division
is the supreme out-
come, but to gain
victory you must
first become a team.
In the spirit of Carver High School, the 1991 Carver
Cheerleaders were there supporting our teams and rais-
ing the spirits of the crowd. After long hours of summer
practice and a week of camp the cheerleaders were ready
this year with new cheers, pyramids and a lot of spirit.
Led by coach Sue Smith and captains Wendy Dorfor,
Julie Green, and Elise Senior this year's squad pulled
together to place third in the second annual Plymouth
Cheerleading Competition. This is the first time, since
its existence, that the Carver Cheerleading squad had
placed in competition. With a majority of the members
returning next year the future for the cheerleaders looks
"If anyone thinks that those
who have not good natural
ability cannot to some extent
make up for the deficiencies
of nature by right training
and practice, let such a one
know that he is very wide of
the mark, if not out of it al-
"It's not if you win or lose,
it's how you play the game!
Remember Mr. O 'Conner's perfect freehand circle . . .
Remember when Derek got in an accident with Jim's neighbors . . .
Remember Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum . . .
Remember when Denise wasn't laughing . . .
Remember when Nory could do really good chicken impressions . . .
Remember when Steve cut Nory's hair in the 4th grade . . .
Remember when Wendy gave Russ a wedge so deep his underwear came off .
Remember when Suzuki Vu attacked Mark Daly . . .
Remember how we home from Medway in 30 minutes . . .
Remember the express elevator in New York Model U.N. . . .
Remember when Liz and Riz were best friends . . .
Remember when Phil fell into a puddle ...
Remember when Andrea and Phil put $400 worth of clothes on layaway on the same night .
Remember when Elaine thought she could drive but her permit expired before she could try
Remember when Derek got pulled over for having 17 people in his truck . . .
Remember Shelley not talking about Gabe . . .
Remember when the curtains closed on Mr. Wade . . .
Remember when Tony wasn't doing something for student council . .
Remember the Amazing Grace choir in chemistry . . .
Remember when D.P., S.B., D.V., C.F., K.L., and Mariann went to the movies and Mariann fell down and ripped her
jacket, pants, hands, and knees . . .
Remember the "Darkman" ... :: * """"
Remember when Lauren beat Tony for President . . . .^. -
Remember when Baker crashed his car . . . -:
Remember when Baker and Turtle kissed in the hall . . .
Remember Physic's Mickey Mouse Club ...
Remember when Karyn Bowman's hair was braided like Milli-Vanilli's and Mr. O'Conner made her pass out papers
like that ...
Remember when Shannon had to wear a bouquet of balloons for gym on her birthday . . .
Remember when Ricky and Nigel got locked out of their room in their underwear at Model U.N. . . .
something stupid . . .
me wrong . . .
when Mark Silva wasn't in the hallways .
when Ryan and Ricky weren't fighting ov
when Jay Steed wasn't trying to prove so
Mrs. Mulvaney . , .
when Melissa, Brenda, Scott, and David went to Boston . . .
when Denise slapped Robbie across the face wUh beef teriyaki
when Melissa, Shelly, Dawn, Kelly, and Karrigot lost for 7 hours on
when Physics study groups actually studiei
when the softball team went to P-Town . .
when Diane wore a skirt to school . . .
when Diane and Lynn went to the Top of the Hub all dressed up (by
when Sherri wasn't complaining about her hair
when Craig shaved his head bald . . .
Lauren B. trying to hide in the bathroom from perverted ComElectric guys
when Sherry wasn't infatuated with John . . .
when Elise wasn't complaining about her body . . .
when Melon had a clue . . . t^k
when Wendy and Tracy tried to photocopy their faces on the staff photo copier . . .
Tracy's SWEET 16 birthday party ...
when John Ross got kicked in the ribs by a donkey . . .
when Baker didn't hit anything . . . Y^
when T.P., B.C., and R.T. went to visit Tony P. by accident . . .
when Tracy S. wasn't complaining and Tina M. wasn't complaining about Tracy S.
when Scott Holmes called Mr. Mitchell a walrus . . .
when Andy Lebel didn't have a fire story ...
when Laureen got stuck in a box ... ■flfl
Nathaniel Morton ... ■>*&
when Elise wasn't going out with Brian . . .
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Remember when Rich Gaudet wore makeup for Jive dollars . . .
Remember when Ryan Baker had a Tupperware party . . .
Remember when Robbie wasn't flirting . . .
Remember when Dawn Pierce stuck to a diet . . .
Remember when Andy Lebel was told that there was a fire during Octoberfest . . .
Remember when Bither came in the back door . . .
Remember when Ef made his drums and played them in Senior Lounge 3rd period . . .
Remember Tim Rice's impressions of George Bush and Ed McMahon . . .
Remember when Keith Brogan wasn't driving like a lunatic . . .
Remember when John Ross's car stalled in the middle of South Meadow Road . . .
Remember when Ricky Thome asked Mrs. Knapp who died and she said her mother-in-law . . .
Remember when Jenni was running for the lunchroom and she fell down the stairs . . .
Remember when Jenni and Tracy crashed the green car down the powerlines . . .
Remember when Craig and Rich wanted to be Tango and Cash . . .
Remember when girls wore two different colored socks . . .
Remember when Sue Mott spun the revolving door at Model U.N. and she almost killed the little old lady . . .
Remember when Sue and Marilyn had to share a chair at the "formal" National Honor Society Induction ceremony
Remember when Mr. Snively went off on Denise and threw a chair at her ...
Remember when Denise and Turtle went out for a day . . .
Denise remember "the master" . . .
Remember when Dawn P. hated the male race . . .
Remember when Shelley and Craig weren't fighting . . .
Remember when Ricky Johnson didn't have someone feel his arms and chest
Remember when Nory Syblo crashed his moped into a roadblock . . .
Remember when Rich Gaudet ate glue, rinsed with a hot cloth, and had coffee spilt on him all at once
Remember when Melissa and Karri wore tons of makeup . . .
Remember when Wendy Duart flipped out on Scott H. in A.P. History . . .
Remember when Shannon Bell liked or even tolerated men . . .
Remember when Jen Adams hit a P&B bus . . .
Remember when Brian C. was a beach bum . . .
Remember when Elise wasn't flirting . . .
Remember when Christine wasn't flirting . . .
Remember freshman year when Tina and Tracy fist fought in Mr. Tighe's class and got away with it . .
Remember in 7th grade when Mr. Z's team had to spend the day in Mr. Z's room because nobody would say who lit the
firecrackers . . .
Remember when Nikia thought Sue wanted to be a nun . . .
Remember the big black bear that attacked Laureen at Harvard Model U.N.
Remember when Shelley beat up Mr. Walker in 7th grade . . .
Remember when Sue Mott didn't have a box of wheat thins in every class . . .
Remember Nikia's three pigtails in the fifth grade . . .
Remember when Tim Rice channeled the spirit of Elvis in Mrs. Simeone's class . . .
Remember personal discussions in Ceramics class that didn't seem so personal . . .
Remember when fen went to Leningrad and one guy was trying to buy her . . .
Remember when Mrs. Rent gave us candy and popcorn on Fridays . . .
lemember Nory's tenth grade science project that stunk up the halls for a week . . .
lemember when Andy's car ran smooth . . .
lemember when Diane wasn't flipping out . . .
lemember one week of Astronomy class, duh?
Remember when Phil dropped his belt buckle into the toilet . . .
lemember when Tony wasn't doing something for Student Council . . .
lemember when Paul drank ten cups of tea and thirty sugars at the bowling banquet . . .
lemember the cover-up of Jim's fireworks display in Derek's house . . .
lemember when E.J. wasn't listening to the Doors . . .
lemember Mr. Fiske's bald spot on the side of his head . . .
lemember when Tim wanted to summon the devil in the third grade . . .
lemember when you could go to the library without the third degree . . .
lemember when Chris' Fairlane ran out of gas on the way to school in the eleventh grade . . .
lemember when Suzuki Vu attacked Mark Daly . . .
lemember when Sasha told Sue that she was "Hot Stuff and then asked her, "What does it mean?"
lemember the Grim Reeker . . .
\emember when Derek and Elaine weren't kissing or hugging . . .
lemember when Laureen hung out a twelve story window at Model United Nations New York
emember Steve's gun . . .
lemember when the entire Senior Class wasn't mad at the yearbook staff . . .
emember Nortondav College . . .
emember when Jen almost got arrested by Soviet military just because she could not read the sign
Military Zone." . . .
lemember Doc lectures on AIDS . . .
lemember when Lauren Babel wasn't asking a question in Biology . . .
lemember Chris LaCava's Fairlane, remember his Saab, remember his truck . . .
lemember when Nikia wasn't saying, "Huh, I don't get it?" to one of Mr. Wasti's jokes . . .
lemember when "The Ninja" poured pepper in Nory's eyes . . .
lemember when Mrs. Simeone wasn't there to lend us an ear and some good advice. Neither do we, thanks Mrs.
1992 Class IDill
Sue Mott leaves Russ and Eric the most embarrassing moment of their lives.
Ryan Baker leaves his fellow classmates a free fry and coke at Lobster Hut if they stop by to say
Rob King leaves Mrs. Simeone a can of glade for when Ryan B. comes to visit her.
John Ross leaves Scott Holmes a car that doesn't leak, his friendship, and an attitude
Trade Beattie leaves Heidi Fratus her never-ending friendship, a shoulder to cry on, and a man
that makes you happy.
Melanie leaves fill Kulbok a life supply of pretzels and her friendship for life.
Scott leaves mom good luck with the twins for the next 3 years, Adam my attitude and the
ability to foul like me and Andrew good luck trying to beat my records.
Kelly Meachen leaves Karri Shores all her friendship.
Kelly Meachen leaves Tony a snowboard and a mountain full of snow.
Shelley Burgin leaves Dawn and Denise a lifetime of friendship and her friendship forever.
Shelley Burgin leaves Mark Silva lifetime supply of strawberry chapstick.
Christine Brennan leaves Pookie her friendship forever.
Christine Brennan leaves Leigh her friendship and a baked potato!
Angie leaves Barbara a long lasting and loving friendship, our eight kids and the slap fights in
Ryan Packard leaves Denise Vieu his friendship and happiness.
Mariann leaves Jeanette her love and luck in high school always.
John White leaves Carver High School a large can of green lime paint.
Melissa leaves Elise and Jen Senior memories of Florida "roses."
Shannon leaves Sue a pronunciation book for words like "Warsh" and "Warshington" and a
debate where she's actually right.
Sue Mott leaves Karen P. Liz B. and Mariann N. and Mythology a box of Wheat Thins that
never runs out.
Ryan Baker leaves Brain Connolly his 36 pairs of ripped underwear, a ride to the doctor's and
Marissa leaves Denise endless nights on the phone and a forever friendship.
Rob King leaves Christine Brennan a lifetime supply of gold coins.
John Ross leaves Tori Strutevant his towels and his friendship.
Trade Beatty leaves Paul Jones her never-ending love, and a promise that this time is forever!
Jenni leaves Brenda a heavy metal tape and blonde hair dye.
Melanie leaves Nicole Monaghan a little Mermaid ice cream cake, Directions to Vincents and
her friendship for life.
Marilyn Murphy leaves Sue a blank date on her calendar so that she can just sit and do nothing.
Karri leaves Melissa J. a year's supply of blue eye shadow.
Karlyn leaves April, a life supply of moist clay.
Jen Adams leaves Wendy Duart many memories of Maine and of our friendship, and a Great
Wall of China made of sugarcubes.
Melissa leaves Dawn Pierce all the happiness she deserves and great memories of softball.
Lynn leaves Dawn luck, a raincheck on all their big plans and a free ticket to Amherst.
Marissa leaves Eric free jet ski lessons and a job not in Onset.
Rich Gaudet leaves Shelly, Dawn, and Denise my friendship and best wishes in the future.
Shelly leaves Denise a car that runs in any season, a pumped guy, and friendship.
Rich Langton leaves Nancee and Terry his love and friendship.
Wendy Dorfer leaves Trade all of her friendship and luck and a package of pink wick pens.
Tony leaves Jill Kulbok a big hug for all the times she was there to give me one.
Tracy Scichilone leaves Heather and Michelle a license and no curfew.
Gary leaves Tom, Chris, Mark, Marc, and Julie his friendship.
Brian Connolly leaves Laureen endless happiness with everything she does.
Tina M. leaves John T. her love and friendship forever.
Elise leaves fen Senior a successful senior year.
Angle leaves Linda the directions to the backroads of Middleboro.
Mariann leaves Dawn her love and luck with Ronnie.
John White leaves Brian Connolly a car, a girl with a clue, and some sunblock for the beach.
Melissa leaves Jen Senior a great senior year.
Shannon leaves Jen a big black book to categorize all her men.
To Billy Prentice a forest full of pine and spruce with the axe and chainsaw to cut-em down.
Scott Holmes leaves the twins my car and all the freedom mom has given me and not you.
Brenda leaves Steve the best of luck and happiness in the years to come.
Brenda leaves Melissa an award for being the most blunt person.
Eric Johnson leaves Chris LaCava all the scuds in Latin class.
Michelle Copp leaves Kelly Meachen all our memories and a friend who will always listen and
Michelle Copp leaves Jill Kulbok my everlasting friendship and love.
Marilyn Murphy leaves to Kristen Tetrault the memory of our love, friendship, and laughter to
Karri Shores leaves Kelly my friendship, and all the memories of the good times we had
Karlyn leaves Tom Corshia ten normal people.
Tim Rice leaves his impersonations to 5-D lunch table and library pals.
Jen Adams leaves Eric Nazmeev her love and friendship, a world without bounds and Russian
Juice leaves Ryan a head manager position at the Lobster Hut and a coat hanger, just in case
Melissa leaves Karen Preston and Lynn Simler our long lasting friendship and good luck in
Lynn leaves Lauren cheese popcorn to eat in her cave.
Diane leaves Wendy someone to fight with in cooking and some friends.
Marissa leaves Annie more teeth.
Rich Gaudet leaves everyone in the crew my friendship and many more good memories.
Sherry leaves Devon hot summers with cooler captain frosties, Lauren civilized ComElectric
men, Elaine luck with Derre and a big bed of her own, and her everlasting friendship to all of
Rich Langton leaves Sandi his everlasting love.
Wendy Dorfer leaves Chris all her love and all the memories we have shared together.
Tony leaves his sister Sonja all of his love and the strength to carry on.
Tracy Scichilone leaves Heather, Michelle, and Emily all her friendship, thanks for being there
for those 1:00 AM.
Gary leaves Andrea his everlasting friendship.
Turtle leaves Ricky T. a shotgun that won't jam when he goes to shoot that big buck.
Brian Connolly leaves Ryan and Belinda the best of luck and a new job.
Mrs. Ranvinsky's 6th period class leaves her another class that's not as homey.
Nigel leaves Alan Shaw a membership to Gold's Gym.
Elise leaves Amanda Arable another night at the Metroplis.
Phillip Herman leaves Chris a dull pair of scissors and a razor for a haircut like those in
Lauren Babel leaves Steve a night at Sedell's when no one buys any scratch tickets or lottery and
as many quarters as he can find in the Charleston Chews.
Julie Green leaves Corey perfect SAT scores, a four year sports scholarship to Miami and all her
Jon Pelletier leaves Tony Pina a book of excuses.
Laureen Mazelezvski leaves Amy Herf the trips to Florida she missed, her clothes she never got
to borrow, and a joke she understands.
Steve Preston leaves fason a new stick shift.
Dawn Pierce leaves Karen Preston a prince who will treat her just like a princess.
Nikia Johnson leaves Steve lots of secrets and chapstick, a town thafs far from Carver, and a
happy Biology book cover.
Julie Green leaves Naida and Liz "the power" and the best of luck to the Cheerleaders next year.
Denise Vieu leaves Marissa Horton memories of nights home on the phone and her friendship
Craig Henderson leaves Nigel a front tooth.
Derek Brady leaves Jim an army of people to back him up when he's getting double teamed.
Lauren Babel leaves Wendy memories of Bermuda, a smile to take with her to college, and her
Jon Pelletier leaves Nory a picture of his old Nova.
Karen Preus leaves Kim a car of her own and the liberty to drive it.
Laureen Mazelewski leaves Scott a lasting, happy relationship, no more family fights, and all of
her friendship forever.
Julie leaves Scott her unrequited love.
Chris LaCava leaves Andy Shepherd a Presidential nomination and an all expense paid date
with Tipper Gore to a Dead Kennedys show.
Steve Preston leaves Jon a new mail box.
Denise View leaves JS, MJ, KP, LS, BC, LS, RJ, SA, and TB a lifetime of sunshine and her
Julie Green leaves the yearbook staff met deadlines and finished layouts.
Julie Green leaves Carver High School her thanks for everything.
Gretchen Faelton leaves Nikia garlic pickles and sweaters at Filene's.
Julie Green leaves the We's and Wa's all of their memories together and her everlasting
Kim Smith leaves Karen a wall for her room.
Lauren Babel leaves Chris hikes at Blue Hills, green bananas, a piano, her love and admiration,
and a wish for his future to be filled with happiness.
Jon Pelletier leaves Steve a gun for any unpleasant moment (or pleasant).
Dawn Pierce leaves Shelly and Denise all of her friendship, love, and luck. Thanks guys for
Chris LaCava leaves Lauren "Darkman," a box of tissues, a car that is all one shade of grey, his
admiration, love, and thanks for showing him how beautiful life can be.
Steve Preston leaves Nory five more empty cans for the gumball machine.
Karen Preus leaves Darcie Confar the Miss Attitude Contest.
Nikia Johnson leaves Gretchen a perfect dress at Gantos, The Smiths for her personal en-
tertainment, the perfect move, and her friendship.
Julie Green leaves her sister Erin all her love and the best of luck for the future.
Denise View leaves Dawn and Shelley her everlasting friendship, thanks, and happiness always.
Lauren Babel leaves Karen a car with defrost and heat, the duck walk, an endless supply of
quarters at Sedell's, memories since the sixth grade, and her friendship.
Gretchen Faelton leaves Wendy Duart the Martha's Vineyard trip, a job, route 80, and all times
Steve Presten leaves Chris a pair of good tasting socks.
Craig Henderson leaves Matt all the experiences and intelligence he has learned.
Karen Preus leaves Russ all her love.
Jim Hurley leaves his sister Lisa all the luck in her next three years at Carver High School.
Derek Brady leaves his parents a day with no worries.
Phillip Herman leaves Andrea best wishes forever and all the clothes in the world.
Laureen Mazelewski leaves Brian Connolly a successful college basketball career and a life full
of success and happiness in whatever he chooses to do.
Julie leaves Laureen a clean sweatshirt, food, a boyfriend who will ask her out, and all her
Gretchen Faelton leaves Lauren the perfect ceramic dragon, memories of the express elevators at
Model U.N. New York, and Thursday nights at Sherry's house.
Kim Smith leaves Karen and Nikia a new deck of cards to retell her future.
Steve Presten leaves Tony ALL.
Jon Pelletier leaves Andy a new front-end and a vacuum.
Lauren Babel leaves Sherry memories of Martha's Vineyard, rugs at the beach, and her
Dawn Pierce leaves the softball team many more years of success.
Nikia Johnson leaves Lauren a sparkly dress for the prom, an answer to all her questions, and
$15,000 for all of her i.o.u.'s.
Chris LaCava leaves Eric Johnson memories of incoming scuds and patriot counter attacks.
Gretchen Faelton leaves Sherry memories of Martha's Vineyard, guys on the Ferry boats, and
slick ski moves to meet guys.
Denise View leaves Craig and Rich clean minds, thanks, and her friendship always.
Steve Preston leaves Karen and Russ a real trip to Vermont.
Craig Henderson leaves the crew friendship for life, a place to always stay, and good memories.
Karen Preus leaves Russ someone who will teach him a lesson in Five-D.
Jim Hurley leaves Gabe, Scott, and John the memory that "short is beautiful."
Steve Preston leaves Bree a million hours of sleep.
Derek Brady leaves his sister a guardian angel to point her in the right direction.
Phillip Herman leaves Katie all of his Spanish knowledge and an excellent relationship with
Mrs. Damon in Spanish four.
Karen Preus leaves the Sedell's clan a life after six p.m.
Gretchen Faelton leaves Steve an endless supply of starbursts and caps for his gun.
Julie Green leaves her family all her love and thanks for everything.
Laureen Mazelewski leaves Julie a clean pair of sweat pants, squishy earphones, and a boyfriend
who will ask her out.
Lauren Babel leaves Gretchen memories of Model United Nations, third period in the yearbook
room, and an endless supply of pretzel rods.
Gary Dombrowski leaves Tom a lifetime supply of Dew and unbreakable drumsticks.
Julie Green leaves Mark, Gary, Andi, Tristan, and Marc the band room and all the friendships
found and loves lost there.
Jon Pelletier leaves Tony Long a Xerox of his diploma.
Dawn Pierce leaves Mariann the best of luck in college and her friendship.
Chris LaCava leaves Tom and Gary memories of playing cards, drawing manerds, and making
Nikia Johnson leaves Sherry lots of gum and tic tacs.
Steve Preston leaves Andy all the Little Debbie snacks he can eat.
Denise View leaves Ryan Packard memories and happiness always.
Craig Henderson leaves Denise, Dawn, and Shelly love, happiness, and friendship always, and
all the memories.
Chris LaCava leaves Steve a real gun.
Karen Preus leaves Lauren a pen that never runs out to write on heads, the badminton
championship three years in a row, and good luck and good times in the future.
Jim Hurley leaves Derek and Elaine many years of happiness.
Derek Brady leaves Elaine a real pet.
We always knew you'd be an athlete
. . . Your love of music was present at an
It is our hope that life brings you all
the joy you have given us.
We love you,
Mom and Dad
Graduation is only the beginning . . .
We wish you happiness and success
in everything you do.
We love you!
Nana and Bubba
Good luck in your future.
I love you always,
Thank you for the joy, love
and sunshine you have
brought to our lives. We are
very proud of you.
Mom, Dad, and Julie
Seventeen years ago, you came into our lives.
So small, so beautiful, so helpless. We wondered
what your future would hold? If we only knew
then what we know now, we wouldn t have
You are confident, disciplined, and so very
bright. We know nothing, and no one can ever
hold you back. The world is yours Shannon,
now reach for the stars — Anything is possible.
We love you and are so
Mom, Dad, Michelle, Kelly,
Sandi, and Cookie
Le vingt et Unieme Siecle vous attend —
Bonne chance a tous!
You have always been able to
>ee the beauty in the people and
ilaces that surround you.
We hope that you will continue
o look for this as you go on to
neet new challenges in life!
Mom and Dad
You have accomplished so much in your short life so far, just imagine all
that you will accomplish in the future.
Words cannot adequately express the happiness you have brought us, the
pride we have in you or the love we have for you. May you achieve all your
dreams and goals. But no matter what the future holds, our love and pride
will never diminish.
You are the best of both of us, yet so uniquely yourself.
Mom and Dad
Thanks for being our daughter! You
have and always will be number one in our
lives. Please remember we are always here
when and if you need us.
to the CLASS of 1992
FROM ELAINE, KATHY, AND MARY
FOODS and LIQUORS
South Carver, MA 02366
Dennis T. Steliga
Congratulations and Best Wishes for the
As the years have flown by we have
watched you grow into a fine young man,
and you've always made us very very
proud. We know you'll be a leader in all
you choose to do.
We Love You!
Nana and Gramp
We're proud of you and all of
We'll always be here to support
you in your future endeavors.
God Be With You Always —
We Love You!
This is just the beginning. Good luck
in your future, in your neiv chal-
lenges and we wish you the best.
All Our Love,
(for now and in
ALL OUR LOVE!!
Best of luck in whatever your future
I'm very proud of you and remember I'm
always here for you.
J have watched you grow from year to
year. From the little man — To the chal-
lenging child — Into the young adult that
you are now.
Your achievements and accomplishments
which you have made in your life are cer-
tainly ones that a mother can be proud of.
My prayers, love and understanding will
always be with you throughout your life.
ALL MY LOVE — MOM
^ou'rt the best/
uJe love you and we are
So proud of you - . i
Con Ardi'ulofiom I
Mo»\ t Gerry
Jen *hj Jacqui
Gretchen Anne Faelten
Life's gate now is open
and so you are free
to journey the earth
through the land, o'er the sea
and we will remember
as you depart
the love you have given us
lives on in our hearts
now life beacons you
do not be sad
and God bless you Gretchen
with love, Mom and Dad.
We're proud of you.
Love, Mom, Dad,
Tracy and Brian
"Let all that you do be done
in love" (I Cor. 16:14)
Dad, Mom, Kim
Family Health Care Associates
CARVER CROSSING 96 MAIN ST 866-2828
CLASS of 1992
STEVEN McAULIFFE M.D.
Sam and Lucy
AZTEC STEEL INC.
P.O. BOX 206
CARVER, MA 02330
RICHARD J. CORTHELL JR. TERRY D. KATZ
Reinforcing Steel Erectors
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF
AND BEST WISHES FOR FUTURE SUCCESS
Look who grew up to be 1991, 1992 Class President. You have come a
long way Rick. Know that your family is very proud of you and will
always love you.
Laurie and John
Congratulations and good luck in the future. May all your dreams come true.
Mom, Kristine, Heidi and
Class of 1992
Be happy and "healthy'
love, Mrs. Lynch
Jenni Pike i Best of Luck To A Great Group
Congratulations to my 'Squeaky' and Good _ Thg clasg of g2 _ FrQm The
Luck at Kathertne Gwbs J
Love, Mom and Dad I Custodial Staff of CHS
Ifs hard to believe our youngest child is almost grown and
ready to leave home. The time went too quickly. You have kept us
on our toes for the last 18 years. You have helped fill our lives with
much interest and wonder.
You are now about to pursue your dream of the last sixteen
years — firefighting! You are most fortunate to have such a clear
vision of what you want in life. We are very proud of you.
All our love,
Mom and Dad
Congratulations on a job
well done. Best of luck to you
in the Air Force.
Your Godmother Auntie
Your Godfather Butchie
We wish you every hap-
piness and good luck with all
your future plans.
Nana and Roger
From the moment you were born you have been a source of joy and pride to us.
Your sense of humor has often made us smile and your many accomplishments
have earned our respect. It has been a joy to witness your emerging in-
dependence, self-confidence, spirit, dedication, and concern for others and these
qualities will serve you well in the future. You are truly a special person.
Always do what you feel is right for you and don't be afraid to face the
challenges of life and you will be happy and successful in the future.
We will always be here to love and support you. Congratulations!!!
Mum, Dad, and Michael
D. J. SWEETSER
We love you very much and
wish you nothing but the best in
your future plans.
We're proud to be your parents.
Ma and Dad
MR. AND MRS. ARNOLD
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
CLASS OF 1992
REPRESENTATIVE CHARLES N. DECAS
SECOND PL YMOUTH DISTRICT
CLASS OF 1992
RICHARD C. L ACAVA
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and tomorrow a vision of hope.
Seniorfest 92 9
The time has come.
Its come so fast,
Many don't want it to leave.
They want it to last.
First Benjamin Ellis,
Then Governor John,
To a place in Plymouth,
Then we moved on.
For five whole years.
We've been at Carver High,
We fust can't believe.
It's time to say goodbye.
Many many friendships,
Formed over the years.
When we all say goodbye,
They'll be many tears.
But we still have our memories.
They will always last,
Football games and parties,
The remnants of the past.
We have our chance now,
But it seems that nothing will suffice.
Yet it still seems like a dream,
or ALMOST PARADISE.
; y '-Jr k.
This year the Lady Crusaders have accomplished something no other
Carver team has ever done . . . won a state championship. For the past
four years the Carver softball team has been a force to reckon with.
They've battled their way to tournament play every year since the team's
existence. The first year they were knocked out in the semi-final round of
the south sectionals. The next two years they ivere knocked out in the
south sectional finals. And this year they made it all the way.
This team of hard working and dedicated individuals were led by the
\enior captains, Lauren Smolinsky and Melissa Johnson. Lauren, the
n pitcher, dominated over batters with 328 strike outs and a 1.87
ERA. Melissa led the team in batting average with a .530 for the season.
his year's softball team ivas once again coached by Chuck Green. This
%r was a milestone year for Coach Green, who not only had his 100th
n in softball, but received his 100th win in basketball. This year's team
was also Coach Green's first team to ever win a state title.
Wwith the momentum picked up by this year's team, Carver will be a
tremendous force in softball next year and for years to come.
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SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE
Congratulations to the
Class of '92
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You've lit up even the darkest of days;
Your love and encouragement have pushed
me forward when I thought life was over;
You're a precious gift from God who has
blossomed into a beautiful, loving,
strong and straightforward young woman.
You're on the threshold of a new and exciting
life. GO FOR IT.
We wish you a bright, happy and successful future.
Dad, Mom, Jeanette and Vinnie
OWA HANNULA & SONS, INC.
88 SO. MAIN STREET
CARVER, MA 02330
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Some special people are chosen to lead humanity by their inspirational lives. Your life is a gift to share and
everyone you touch will be blessed by that gift.
It is with great pride we watch you close this chapter of your Gfe and begin the next. The hardships you have
endured and the lessons you have learned will be the foundation of your future
The depth of our love and respect for you is immeasurable. God has blessed us with your Gfe. It is with areat joy
we share this blessing with the world.
Mom and Dad
Congratulations 1 .
To our Dearest Granddaugh-
ter Juke.- Anne,
From the very beginning
you have always fined our
hearts with love, joy, and
We have seen you over-
come serious obstacles, only
to go on to achieve success in
ally our goals and endeavors.
Your graduation is yet an-
other stepping stone in your
sheer determination to go on
to bigger and better things.
You are an inspiration to
us and to all who know and
love you. May your future
hold the fuifutment of your
greatest dopes and dreams.
God bless you sweetheart.
Aa our Love,
Nona and Papa Aker
Pumpkin farms, Christmas trees, Ghost in the graveyard, ' 'mashed potatoes," Space Mountain, "Tutti-Fnitti-Fresfi-N-Frutty/' Baby ducks,
Pirates Cove, "Don't Worry BeHappy," 7 West, "Flathne," Singing Jack-O-Lantem, Wiidcat Mountain, "Can't TouchThis" — Sitting on
the stairs Christmas morning 1 . Yesterday's memories — Tomorrow's Dreams 1 . May ail your dreams come true!
Mi6e and Erin
WILLIAMS CRANBERRY SALES
65 WAREHAM ST., SOUTH CARVER, MA 02366
WILLIAMS & ALGER, INC.
OFF WAREHAM ST. S. CARVER, MA 02366
"PROCESSING CRANBERRIES FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS"
Carver Auto Sales
254 Main Street • Box 476
Carver, MA 02330
I couldn't have asked for a more wonderful daugh-
ter. I am so proud of you. Congratulations. I hope all
your dreams and goals in life become reality. I will
love you always.
WHO IS Dark Man?
Yesterday it was ponytails, Mick-
?y Mouse, The Smurfs, And
strawberry Shortcake "Wow"
You've come a long way baby!
Love You Always
Mom and Dad
We're so very proud of the young woman you've be-
come, with all the successes that you've achieved one by
one. Our love will go with you as you go into the world.
But remember, dear Wendy, You'll always be our little
Dad, Mom, David, and Kimberly
My sister and my best friend. We will always have
memories of days that have gone, but with your head held
high it's time to move on.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on
your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge
him, and he will make your paths straight.
I'm so proud of you. I love you!
Your sister and friend
You fill our life with joy and
brighten our days . . . always play
Softball well, shop till you drop
and challenge your next adventure
to college. We're proud of you.
Mom, Dad, + Jeff
One of the most happiest times in
our lives is the day you were born.
You have made us very proud of you.
You're an achiever — if you don't
make it the first time — you come
back stronger until you accomplish
whatever you set out to do. We love
you very much!!
Weston Cranberry Corp
Gary and Nancy Weston
Double A Cranberry Corp.
2 Plymouth St.
Carver MA 02330
Benjamin A. Gilmore, 2nd
Off Cranberry Road
P.O. Box 617
So. Carver, MA 02366
Paul + Gerri
Ralph and Joan
Gibbs Co. INC.
I CARVER. MA 02330
C. A. Kallio
CARVER PUBLIC LIBRARY
3 2033 00124 3263
MRWR HIGH SCHOOL